India and Pakistan have to give certain 'concessions' on Kashmir: Farooq

India and Pakistan have to give certain 'concessions' on Kashmir: Farooq

2 March 2010
The Daily Excelsior


NEW DELHI: Minister for New and Renewable Energy Dr Farooq Abdullah today said India and Pakistan have to give certain 'concessions' to resolve the Kashmir issue. 'The issue can be sorted out through some concessions. Both the countries need to consider some concessions. I do not want to spell out those concessions here,' he told while giving a talk on ‘A peaceful Kashmir and a prosperous India’ at the Foundation Day function of IILM here. He expressed confidence that the resumption of talks between both the countries will yield positive results in solving all issues in the long run. 'I think it will take time (to get results from the talk). Dont expect something to happen immediately. At least something has started,' he said in reply to a question. Dr Abdullah highlighted the Kashmir issue at length and said foreign money is coming in to fund violence. 'There are agencies which do not want peace. Unaccountable money is coming. We should be careful,' he said.


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