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Former national security adviser urges India for dialogue with Pakistan

Former national security adviser

Former national security adviser urges India for dialogue with Pakistan.

Ex-Indian national security adviser M.K. Narayanan has epmhasised that India needs to reopen a dialogue with Pakistan.

He said this while addressing a function in Bengaluru.

Former national security adviser

Narayanan advocated the resumption of political engagement by the Modi government with leadership in occupied Kashmir.

Meanwhile, he also said criticised Indian government on the decision to amend Article 370 in occupied valley.

He said BJP government is running out of time diplomatically to explain its actions on Article 370.

Ex-NSA He said India is not united on prevailing situations in occupied Kashmir while the continuing detentions and the strictures on communication are also leading to misgivings about the situation.

 

Kunan-Poshpora mass molestation condemned

Meanwhile, Hurriyet leaders and organizations continued to denounce the tragic incident of Kunan-Poshpora mass molestation which Indian men in uniform perpetrated in Kupwara district almost three decades ago. 

Hurriyat leader Yasmeen Raja issued a statement in Srinagar in connection with the 29th anniversary of the incident.

She urged UN Secretary General, António Guterres, to conduct impartial investigation into the gruesome incident.

In a statement, Jammu and Kashmir Islami Tanzeem-e-Azadi termed the tragedy as an infamous stain on humanity.

Moreover, it also regretted that despite the passage of almost three decades no action was taken against the culprits.

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