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Azad rejects Musharraf's demilitarisation formula
February 10, 2006 21:36 IST
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad in Jammu Friday once again categorically rejected the formula of Pakistani President General Pervez Musharraf of self-governance and demilitarisation of Jammu and Kashmir.
Talking to reporters on the eve of completing 100 days as chief minister of the state, Azad, in a strong tone, rejected the proposals of demilitarisation and self-governance of General Musharraf.
Musharraf, while addressing a gathering on Sunday at Muzaffarabad has urged India to make 'sincere efforts' for a solution to the 'Kashmir issue'. He has proposed the options of self-governance and demilitarisation of Kashmir.
On the 101th day in the chief minister's office, several deputations from all corners of the state called on Azad in Jammu and apprised him about their problems and sought redressal. Azad is taking part in various programmes in this occasion.