EU MPs back India's efforts to end terror in J&K

30 Oct 2019 01:39 PM

EU MPs back India's efforts to end terror in J&K

Updated 30 Oct 2019 01:39 PM

This is the first international delegation to visit J&K after Article 370 was abrogated and trifurcation of the state announced.

"Terrorism in Kashmir is not a problem only of India. I think it's a problem of international community also. We support India for finding the best solution", a member of the delegation said.

On the interaction with locals, the EU MPs said, "We are Indian citizens and we want to be Indian like all other Indian citizens... want to have development like other parts of country, locals told us".

The EU lawmakers said in the briefing, "We are not here to interfere in Indian politics". The lawmakers pointed out that those who are criticizing have no reality about the parliamentary delegations. The purpose of such delegations is to collect information and facts. 

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