Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday addressed the media in Delhi after meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi over Kashmir Crisis.
“Pakistan has been openly trying to provoke and fuel tensions in the valley,” says Mufti.
“Like Mufti Sb used to say that Modi ji has 2/3rd majority and if during his time the situation doesn’t change then it will never change,” she said.
“PM Modi like all of us is very concerned with the situation in Jammu and Kashmir,” she added.
“Sadly, Pakistan has repeatedly wasted chances to talk and resolve issues. Instead of assisting to resolve the Kashmir crisis, they are trying to incite more violence,” she said.
Mufti also asked the media to help cooperate with her on resolving current crisis.
“Modiji took an initiative, our HM took an initiative, they went to Pakistan, but now its upto Pakistan to respond. He (Modi) is just as concerned as the others.”
“As a mother it bothers me that people tell children to go stone a police station and that that will solve the issue,” she said while expressing her distress due to the agitation in the state.
The Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister said she was happy the central government was reaching out to all stakeholders to restore peace in the troubled state. “I have high hopes from the prime minister.”