Resolution urging government to resume Indo-Pak talks passed in J&K Legislative Council
J&K Legislative Council passed a resolution urging the government to resume the talks with Pakistan. Chairman of the Council Amrit Malhotra moved the resolution on behalf of the house. The resolution also suggested state government to take steps for the relief and rehabilitation.
The resolution may stir controversy as the constitution of Jammu and Kashmir clearly says that Foreign Affairs are not under the purview of the state government.
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