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Kashmir, the root cause of India-Pakistan tension

Kashmir, the root cause of India-Pakistan tension
Indian sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik give the final touches to his sand sculpture commenting on the latest cross-border firing between India and Pakistan at the Line of Control with a message "Bullets can' t bring Peace" at Puri beach, some 65 kilometers from Bhubaneswar on October 9, 2014. India told Pakistan to stop its shelling in disputed Kashmir, warning it will make such attacks 'unaffordable', as the death toll from this week's cross-border violence - the worst in years. AFP PHOTO/ASIT KUMAR

Kashmir, the root cause of India-Pakistan tension Entitling the issue of Kashmir as the main reason of tension with India, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has urged New Delhi to hold talks on all issues, including Kashmir. “This issue should be discussed not only at international forums, but also at Pakistan-India bilateral forums,” Sharif added.

The issue should need to be raised at other platforms besides bilateral talks between the two neighbouring countries, Geo TV quoted Sharif as saying on Tuesday.

“Sooner the issue is resolved, the better it will be for both the countries,” he said. Sharif also added that Pakistan will continue playing its due role for peace and stability in the region.

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