NEW DELHI: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Majeed Memon on Wednesday said India and Pakistan must use the medium of dialogue to stop bloodshed.
“I am sure both sides must resort to some dialogue, whereby this bloodshed can be avoided,” Memon told ANI.
“It is very sad that the atmosphere on the border in Kashmir is going out of control. The Government of Pakistan, or the Pakistani soldiers are intruding into our territories, killing our jawans, and even civilians are not spared, which needs to be retaliated to very effectively,” he added.
Memon said, “I am sure that our soldiers and our guards at the border are competent enough to give a befitting reply to the Pakistani intruders.”
Memon was speaking even as an encounter was taking place between militants and security forces in Rafiabad in Jammu and Kashmir’s Baramulla District.