Srinagar, Oct 23 (ANI): Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has said that talks were on, both formal and informal, to resolve the Kashmir dispute.
Talking to reporters here on Thursday, Abdullah said: "I will be satisfied only when this matter is resolved. Talks have been held on this issue both formal as well as informal. I would want this matter to be resolved once and for all."
Earlier he said that result-oriented dialogue is the only way for bringing peace and tranquility in the State.
"The lessons have been learnt from the previous failed rounds of talks and thus this time the talks would lead to a logical conclusion," he added.
Abdullah also said that India-Pakistan talks, stalled after last year's Mumbai attack, should be resumed.
Earlier, Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram had said that the Central Government was open to peace talks on Kashmir. (ANI)