Former prime minister and PML(N) quaid Nawaz Sharif has said India would have to solve Kashmir dispute to ensure peace in the region. Talking to media after meeting the victims of flooding in Zilzal Lake here on Saturday, Pakistan Muslim League (N) chief said that the water dispute and Kashmir should be on top of the agenda of talks. Nawaz told the media that in his recent meeting with the Prime Minister he urged for keeping the water dispute, implementation of the Indus Basin Treaty and Kashmir issue on the top of the agenda in dialogue with India. He said the Kashmir policy should express the aspirations of the people of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir, occupied valley and the people of entire Pakistan.