Omar urges India, Pak to meet in open

 

Srinagar, Dec 31: Questioning holding of National Investigation Agency (NIA) level talks between India and Pakistan in Bangkok, former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah let they meet out in the open for all to see.
“Quietly burying the public posturing that talks & terror can’t go together. Why do the NSAs have to hide & talk? Meet out in the open for all to see”, working president of the National Conference (NC) said taking to micro-blogging site twitter.
Abdullah was reacting to a tweet which reads “In a “pre-scheduled” meeting, NSAs of India and Pakistan met in Bangkok on Tuesday, a day after Jadhav’s family met him at Islamabad in controversial circumstances. ”