PATNA: Amid continuing unrest in Kashmir, an Indian parliamentarian has suggested for forming a new state by merging Jammu & Kashmir with Himachal Pradesh.
Expelled RJD parliamentarian Pappu Yadav said forming a new state by merging together these two states could be a perfect and practical solution to the Kashmir problem. Yadav represents Madhepura seat in Lok Sabha.
He said India should aggressively raise the issue of PoK at the international forum and openly back the protesting community in Balochistan to neutralize Pakistan’s move to gain support of the international community over Jammu and Kashmir.
“Instead of mediation at the international forum over the issue of J&K, India should launch should tough action against Pakistan, quite the way US displayed in the case of Osama Bin-laden,” Yadav suggested.
He said India should adopt a clear policy to restore normalcy in the trouble-hit Kashmir.