Omar Abdullah: 'No evidence' of movement on Kashmir
Chief Minister of Indian-administered Kashmir, Omar Abdullah, has told HARDtalk he has not seen any recent evidence that Pakistan wants to negotiate a permanent solution to the Kashmir issue.
Asked why he had not discussed the issue with the Pakistani government, Mr Abdullah explained: "We don't have good neighbourly relations," adding that some people in Pakistan would like nothing more than to "see the end" of him.
The mountainous region of Kashmir has been a flashpoint between India and Pakistan for more than 60 years.
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