J&K Council Adopts Resolution, Asks India to Resume Talks With Pak

KL Report


The Jammu and Kashmir state legislative council Thursday unanimously adopted a resolution saying the state government shall urge the Centre to resume Indo-Pak dialogue process.

The resolution which was brought in by the chairman of the council, also called upon the centre to ensure the prevention of firing which has caused loss of human life and property, and also ensure peace and stability in the subcontinent in general and the state of Jammu & Kashmir in particular.

Earlier, the resolution had been the cause of massive ruckus inside the House.

Devender Rana of the ruling National Conference (NC), who intended to table the resolution, was allowed by the chairman to speak on the resolution.

But members of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party stood on their seats, asserting that sufficient time had not been given to them to study the resolution.

The move was also opposed by NC leader Shahnaz Ganai, who said Rana had been allowed to table the resolution while her calling attention motion on connected issues had been ignored.


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