Omar Abdullah thanks voters for voting, says India-Pak issues should be solved through dialogue
Srinagar, Nov 26 (ANI): Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Omar Abdullah said on Wednesday that the voting process in the state went peacefully for the first phase. He also thanked the voters for coming out and voting in large numbers. He further stressed on the fact that media should not present voting in Jammu and Kashmir as a loss of militants and separatists as it gives them an incentive to fail the media and act outrageously. Talking about the issues between India and Pakistan, Abdullah said that the Jammu and Kashmir people as well as government want the issue to be solved through dialogue process but added that it depends on the leaders of the two nations.
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