"Anybody who wants to meet the prime minister should make up his mind whether he is with India or Pakistan. The prime minister will not meet and I, as a chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir, will not suggest that he should meet anybody who is not with India," Abdullah said in Srinagar.
On the charge that adequate security was not provided to All Party Hurriyat Conference leader Abdul Gani Lone, who was killed at a rally in Srinagar on Tuesday, the chief minister said: "Enough security was provided to Lone. The fact that one security guard was killed and another seriously injured shows that enough security was provided to him."
"Pakistan will not let them live... Lone is an example," he added.
On the future strategy of India, Abdullah said, "First and foremost we have to exhaust all options. War is the last option. But that does not mean that we are not ready for the war."
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