New Delhi: Amidst the meeting of Prime Minister Narendra Modi regarding Jammu and Kashmir, the statement of the Ministry of External Affairs about Pakistan has come to the fore. The Ministry of External Affairs said that Kashmir is an internal matter of India. Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said that we stand by the old stand regarding relations with Pakistan. Arindam Bagchi said that for talks, Pakistan will have to curb terrorism. Pakistan should create an environment for talks.
Let us tell you that today Prime Minister Narendra Modi held talks with 14 leaders of 8 parties of Jammu and Kashmir for about three and a half hours on Jammu and Kashmir. Leader Altaf Bukhari, who came out, said that during the meeting there was also a discussion regarding the delimitation of the state.
Congress put five demands before the government
After the meeting of PM Modi, senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad said that we told during the discussion that the way the situation was resolved, it should not have happened. This was done without asking the elected representatives. But after saying all the things, we put five big demands in front of the government. We demanded that statehood should be given soon. We also demanded that the Pandits of Kashmir should be brought back and help in their rehabilitation. Demanded to leave those who are associated with politics (political prisoners) who are closed. We told the government that this is the right time to give full statehood. He also said that the assembly elections should be immediate.