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India and Pakistan hold dialogue to resolve Kashmir dispute: Macron

India and Pakistan hold dialogue to resolve Kashmir dispute: Macron
August 23, 2019
PARIS (92 News) - French president Emmanuel Macron Thursday urged India and Pakistan to resolve core dispute of Kashmir through dialogue. He was speaking to India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is on a visit to France to participate in G7 summit. Macon emphaszied upon Modi to initiate dialogue with Pakistan, saying he would also take up Kashmir isue with Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan in days to come. "I don't suggest any third party interference into the dispute that should be resolved by only two parties," the French president said, adding Indian Prime Minister Modi had told me about Kashmir problem in detail. Modi’s government has been facing global criticism over its ongoing clampdown in the occupied Kashmir for the last 19 days or so. India implemented scrapping of Article 370 under an unprecedented lockdown on Kashmir.  Thousands of Kashmiris – including prominent political leaders – have been detained, communication lines cut and mobility in the Kashmir Valley has been severely restricted with the deployment of tens of thousands of additional Indian troops. According to Kashmir Media Service, more than 10,000 Kashmiri people have been detained since August 5. The entire senior Huriat leadership is detained as the valley's lockdown enters into 19th day.