SRINAGAR: People’s Democratic President and former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Saturday batted for dialogue with Pakistan to end the bloodshed in Kashmir.
As per news agency KNO, she visited Logripora , Aishmuqam Anantnag to express sympathies with the bereaved family of constable Suhail Ahmad who was killed in a militant attack in Baghat area of Srinagar on Friday.
While talking with reporters on the sidelines of the condolence meeting, Mehbooba said that there is a need to start a dialogue with Pakistan, who according to India are spreading violence in Kashmir, to end this bloodshed here.
The government of India must think about how long the people of Jammu and Kashmir have to suffer and see violence every day, she said, adding that our youth every day whether policemen and others are becoming victims of violence.
She said that the people of J&K want peace here and BJP lead government at the centre must think about the situation of J&K and start a dialogue with each stakeholder to bring peace here.
While talking about Suhail, who was killed in a militant attack in Baghat Srinagar, she said that his father was also killed when he was just four years old and what they will do now.
If Pakistan is spreading violence in Kashmir, then Govt of India must at least start a dialogue with Pakistan to end violence in Kashmir as the graveyards of Kashmir are full now, she said.
Pertinently, two policemen were killed in a militant attack in Baghat Srinagar on Friday afternoon.