Omar Abdullah strongly batted for talks between NSAs of India, Pak

Vastavam web: Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah today strongly batted for talks between the national security advisors of India and Pakistan to end ceasefire violations.He was reacting to the ceasefire violations by Pakistan along International Border in Jammu in which five people, including three civilians and two BSF personnel, were killed and 28 others injured in the past two days.”The ceasefire must hold. The shelling and violence on the International Border and the Line of Control must end, and then hopefully India and Pakistan can take step towards normalising, what is otherwise an abnormal relationship,” he said.

Omar also took a dig on the “secret talks” between the NSAs of India and Pakistan in Thailand in view of the ceasefire violations.Ultimately talks have to be about something , he said.”There is a regular breakdown of ceasefire. This is something that Delhi and Islamabad need to sort out,” he said.