Army song won't bring peace: J&K govt to Pakistan
New Delhi : Reacting over a song on Kashmir that was released on Sunday, Jammu and Kashmir government slammed Pakistan asking them to work on bringing peace in real-time between India and Pakistan and not releasing a song.
“It is not something that will help rebuild the peace process which has become the victim of very casual and cavalier attitudes, and sometimes very deliberate attempts,” J&K government spokesman and Education Minister Nayeem Akhtar told The Indian Express.
“What is needed is to bring in positivity into the situation which can bring the two countries together, peace in Jammu and Kashmir, and an atmosphere of reconciliation and cooperation,” he said.
The song, titled as Sangbaaz, was widely circulated across the social media platforms on Sunday. It was released by the Inter Service Press Relations (ISPR) of Pakistan Army to extend “solidarity” with the people of Kashmir.