Farooq Abdullah: NC will establish commission to probe killings in J&K
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National Conference (NC) president Farooq Abdullah Saturday said if his party is elected to power with a majority in the upcoming assembly elections, it would establish a truth and reconciliation commission to probe killings in Jammu and Kashmir. He also asserted that Kashmir is fundamentally a political problem and only reconciliation and dialogue within the state as well as with Pakistan can afford a way forward. Farooq Abdullah, a member of Parliament from Srinagar Lok Sabha constituency, was speaking to reporters on the sidelines of a party function in Anantnag district of south Kashmir. He said his son and NC vice president Omar Abdullah had already spoken about the need to establish a truth and reconciliation commission in the state."He (Omar) has already asked for it. We hope that God brings our party into power strongly and we do not have to stand on crutches (referring to coalition)," he said when asked if the NC came to power would the killings of civilians in 2016 and fro
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