Pakistan needs to take initiative, says Omar Abdullah

Reacting to the attacks in Jammu on Tuesday, Abdullah said the government must explain its Pakistan policy to the country in the aftermath of the repeated attacks on forces.

By: Express News Service | Srinagar | Published:December 1, 2016 12:22 am
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Former J&K chief minister and National Conference president Omar Abdullah on Wednesday said Pakistan will have to take the initiative and do something for the situation to improve between India and Pakistan. He added that both the central and state governments had failed to provide a peaceful environment to people in J&K.

Reacting to the attacks in Jammu on Tuesday, Abdullah said the government must explain its Pakistan policy to the country in the aftermath of the repeated attacks on forces. “It is also true that terrorists are no more deterred from attacking our armed forces today than they were prior to the ‘surgical strikes’!,” Abdullah tweeted.