'Kashmir solution report highly premature'
Terming the reports about tabling of a report on solution to Kashmir issue as "highly premature", Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today said solution would emerge from the dialogue between India and Pakistan.india Updated: May 11, 2010 22:22 IST
Terming the reports about tabling of a report on solution to Kashmir issue as "highly premature", Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday said solution would emerge from the dialogue between India and Pakistan.
"A report on solution to Kashmir issue being tabled is highly premature. The solution would come from discussion between New Delhi and Islamabad. It has just started", Omar told reporters in Jammu on Tuesday.
A woman Journalist quoting media reports asked him that a report is being tabled on Kashmir solution soon which take care of all the stake-holders in Jammu and Kashmir
He further said that Foreign Minister has just talked on phone with Pakistani counter to resume dialogue and the report on solution is highly premature.
The requirement is to build confidence in the system, held dialogue between Indian and Pakistan and State and Centre, he said.
To a question about the stone-pelting have paralysed the state government, Omar said "remember that Battles used to take place between support of Sheikh Mohmmad Abdullah and supporters of Moulvi Farooq in Downtown".
Replying to question on quite diplomacy started by Centre, Omar said "there is fanfare about the quiet diplomacy. It is not now. If I used to talk about it would not be quiet again".