Cross LoC firing: NC president says war not a solution

Srinagar

The Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah on Tuesday called for dialogue to resolve the issue of ceasefire violations, reports claimed.

Abdullah’s reaction came days after four army men were killed and another injured in the ceasefire violation initiated by Pakistan in Rajouri district.

“Are they (Pakistan) the only ones who’re firing? We’re firing too. Both sides are doing this. This has led to the destruction of people. This is leading to a war-like situation. War is never a solution to anything. The only solution is dialogues on ceasefire violation by Pakistan,” Outlook quoted the Abdullah saying.

On February 4, Four Indian army men, including an army captain, were killed and another along with two children were injured after the armies of both India and Pakistan exchanged gun fires at various places along the Line of Control in Poonch and Rajouri districts of Jammu and Kashmir.

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