"Aap idhar aa rahe ho ya mein udhar aa jaun, chai ke liye, Baijaan"
Press Trust of India, PTI
January 03, 2004
First Published: 21:35 IST(2/1/2004)
Last Updated: 15:09 IST(3/1/2004)
A state government official in Keran sector recieved a "personal message" from his brother in PoK asking him to join him for a cup of tea.
"Aap idhar aa rahe ho ya mein udhar aa jaun, chai ke liye, Baijaan (Are you coming this side (PoK) or should I cross over to your side for a
cup of tea, brother)," read the message.
Keeping these incidents in view "I have requested the Prime Minister to take up the issue of Srinagar-Muzzafarabad bus service with Pakistan at the earliest", Sayeed said and asked "why should we snatch happiness from the faces of so many people".
The people on both sides are tired of sleeping in bunkers and far off camps because of shelling, the Chief Minister, who requested the Prime Minister to take up continuation of ceasefire with Pakistan during his visit for the SAARC summit in January.
"It should be our endeavour to keep the momentum of happiness going," he said.