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Jammu KashmirFarooq for strict adherence to ceasefire between India-Pak

Farooq for strict adherence to ceasefire between India-Pak

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Srinagar, Oct 27: Jammu and Conference President and Member Parliament Farooq Abdullah on Friday expressed concern over cross border shelling in the Arnia sector, asking for strict adherence to ceasefire between and Pakistan.
Expressing concern over the plight of people living in Jammu's Arnia sector, Farooq said, “Recent Ceasefire violations in the Arnia sector along border is causing concern and instability in the region bringing back the horrid memories of death and destruction”.
It is the people of J&K that have been facing the brunt of escalating tensions alongside the borders, he said in a statement.
The former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister said the unfortunate events unfolding in the area besides putting the lives of people at risk deprives them of their livelihoods.
“I hope both the countries will take measures to deescalate the situation so that the people living alongside the IB go about their normal lives with minimal disruption and risk”, he added.
Asking the government to ensure safety and security of border dwellers, Farooq said that scores of families that had fled the border hamlet overnight fearing escalation of violence are going without food and water.
He asked the government to provide food, water and shelter to all the evacuees.

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