Jammu, November 21 (KMS): As India assumes the G20 presidency for a year from next month, the National Conference President, Farooq Abdullah, on Monday said the country can use this opportunity to engage Pakistan to address the Kashmir dispute.
Farooq Abdullah talking to reporters in Jammu said that he was tired of advocating dialogue with Pakistan to be dubbed as “anti-India.”
“Secondly, we have a problem with our neighbouring country (Pakistan over Kashmir). There can be a possibility to seek a solution (to the issue) to end our hardships,” he said.
Asked whether he favours dialogue with Pakistan, the National Conference leader said, “When I bat for dialogue with Pakistan, Home Minister says that they will talk to children (of J&K) but not Pakistan.”