Srinagar, May 13 (UNI) Urging India and Pakistan to take peace talks forward for lasting peace in the region, Jammu and Kashmir National Conference (NC) patron Dr Farooq Abdullah today said there was no place for confrontation between the two neighbours.
Dr Abdullah said it was high time that India and Pakistan should take the talks forward so as to have lasting peace in the region.
A press release issued here today said Dr Abdullah, adressing a public meeting at Kotranka, said the confrontations has no place between the Indo-Pak relations.
He also emphasised the need of strengthening trade with Pakistan, to improve economic condition in both the countries.
Dr Abdullah referring to the steep rice in inflation said it has broken the backbone of the common people.
The government has also failed to give any solace or relief to the unemployed youth of the state.
He said if National Conference comes to power its first priority will be to redress the unemployment problem.
Dr Abdullah said he will cut the qualification from tenth to middle pass in police and class 4th recruitments.
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