Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Monday asked the Centre to explore other options if Pakistan continues to violate ceasefire.
Questioning the role of Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Omar said that either the Sharif was involved in the ceasefire violations or he was not in control of the situation.
“I don’t understand whether Pak Prime Minister is involved (in the violations) or he is not in control of the situation. But whatever it is, we must strive to defeat these forces, who are trying to destroy the lives of our people living close to the borders,” he said.
Omar further said that if the ceasefire is violated again, then a befitting reply needs to be given.
“It cannot be a one-sided affair, we can’t be at the receiving end without giving any response,” Omar reportedly said.
Reacting to Nawaz Sharif asking for US intervention on Kashmir issue, Omar reportedly said, “Pakistan PM is guilty of playing to his home audience. Clearly, he knows from experience that India will not accept any sort of foreign intervention in the matter of Jammu and Kashmir. Make it clear that no sort of mediation or any sort of role for a third party exists (in Kashmir). It is something that both the countries have agreed.”
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