Government wants to finish Kashmir issue with peace: Modi

New Delhi: The Indian government is committed to resolve Kashmir issue peacefully through basic constitutional principles said the Prime Minister Narendra Modi today.

The Indian PM gave his statement during the conclusion of all-party meeting on Kashmir issue, he said “We are open minded and our doors are always open. We are committed to find sustainable and peaceful solution to the issue of Kashmir in accordance with the basic principles of the Constitution.”

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The meeting was attended by opposition and ruling party MPs, which was held to discuss ways of restoring normalcy in the valley.

In the Kashmir unrest at least 56 people have been killed and thousands injured in clashes between security forces and protesters in the last five weeks of the Kashmir unrest.

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Modi expressed his deep sorrow for the deaths in the Kashmir valley.

The PM said, “I am pained by the current situation in Jammu and Kashmir. It is very painful that children are not able to attend the school, shopkeepers are suffering, and even government officers are not able to do any public-interest work.”

The Prime Minister also said the government was committed to providing medical help to those injured in the violence.

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He further added, “We also want to establish peace in the valley so that the locals can lead normal lives, earn their livelihood, send their children to school and sleep peacefully.”