JK people can’t go to Pak but have a right to live peacefully in independent India: Dr Farooq | KNO

JK people can’t  go to Pak but have a right to live peacefully in independent India: Dr Farooq | KNO

Kashmir News Observer (KNO)

Srinagar, January 17 (KNO) : National Conference (NC) president and former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Dr Farooq Abdullah on Thursday said that people in Jammu and Kashmir can’t go to Pakistan but have a right to live peacefully in Independent India. Abdullah who was speaking to party workers in Jammu said that some people talk about ‘Azadi’ while some say they will go to Pakistan but “Let me tell you, nobody want to go to Pakistan. ” He added some people who have made this perception will understand it but may be after stumbling. “The people of Jammu and Kashmir have right to live in a peaceful atmosphere in independent India,” he told a gathering in Jammu as per KNO correspondent. Abdullah further stated that the neighbouring is escalating terrorism in border areas or others, but this terrorism has to be stopped, which cannot be possible without unity. “We need to end this terrorism as dialogue amid terrorism is not possible and we need to get united so that dialogue can be held to resolve the issues,” he added.(KNO)