Omar Asks India To Resume Dialogue With Kashmiris

30 May 2009

New Delhi: The chief minister of occupied Kashmir, Omar Abdullah, has urged the union Home Minister, P Chidambaram, to restart the internal dialogue in Indian held state. An official spokesman said that Omar called on Chidambaram here this afternoon and discussed various matters pertaining to the state. “During the 25-minute meeting, Omar suggested the need to resume the internal dialogue and to take further action on the recommendations of the Working Groups constituted by the Centre,” he said. “These are the issues which can address hearts and minds of the state people,” Omar told Chidambaram. Chidambaram told Omar that the Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, was keen to make IHK a model State and reach out to the people by accelerating developmental works.