Former IOK CM and National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah.
The statement quoted Abbasi as saying "Pakistan shall continue its political, diplomatic and moral support to Kashmiris for their just struggle". This won't change. Let them fight as many wars they want to. "Kashmiris never take his words and personality seriously", Malik said, terming the former chief minister's statement as "absurd and non-serious".
Asked about the visit of Dineshwar Sharma, the interlocutor appointed by the Centre, he said: "I can only say that he has started the dialogue, and it is only through dialogue that issues can be resolved".
"This issue is between Pakistan and India".
He also said that India must accede to Kashmir's autonomy, " the government (must) conclude that an autonomy will be given to us as well as them (PoK)".
"Kashmiris have not sacrificed thousands of lives for so-called fragile, absurd and ridiculous autonomy under which the Prime Minster of that time who was Farooq Abdullah sahib's own father was handcuffed by an ordinary policeman and thrown into jail for 11 long years", Malik said in a statement. All three of them have atom bombs.
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"India didn't treat us well. New Delhi should initiate dialogue with Islamabad as a part of Kashmir is also with them". "We have nothing except Allah's name", he said.
Talking about accession of Jammu and Kashmir to India, Abdullah said, "a Pak minister very rightly said that you (India) forgets that the part which is yours was acquired by an Instrument of Accession. If you talk about this being your part, then remember the instrument as well".
"Restoration of autonomy to Jammu and Kashmir is the only viable solution to decades' old problem".
Mr Abdullah further said that talk of an independent Kashmir was not a good idea as the Valley is landlocked and surrounded by three nuclear powers - China, Pakistan and India.
On the demand for autonomy, he said that while the state made a decision to join India out of love, the country "betrayed" the people of Kashmir and did not treat them well. Governments at the centre have never been honest with Kashmir and its leadership.