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Omar Abdullah ridicules Pak National Assembly resolution on ceasefire

PTI Srinagar | Updated on March 12, 2018 Published on August 14, 2013

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah. File photo

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has ridiculed the resolution of Pakistan’s National Assembly on ceasefire violations along the Line of Control, saying conflicting signals were emanating from the neighbouring country which were helping the hawks on both sides.

“Talk about the pot calling the kettle black – they violate the ceasefire, kill and behead our soldiers and then pass a resolution blaming us,” Omar wrote on micro-blogging site twitter.com.

Pakistan’s National Assembly yesterday passed a resolution accusing Indian troops of “unprovoked aggression” on the LoC and extending support to the “struggle” of the Kashmiri people.

Omar said, “The conflicting signals coming out of Islamabad are exactly what the hawks on both sides are looking for.”

Published on August 14, 2013

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