PDP leader calls for talks with Pak, separatists

Srinagar: A senior leader of the ruling PDP in Jammu and Kashmir Thursday urged the New Delhi to address the issues troubling the state by resuming dialogue with “all the stakeholders” including separatists, and with Pakistan.
New Delhi must address issues concerning the state with a sense of urgency, sincerity and seriousness by resuming talks “not only with Pakistan, but with all the stakeholders, within the state as well, including the separatists,” PDP leader Peerzada Mansoor said at a party convention in south Kashmir.
Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) rules Jammu and Kashmir in alliance with Bharatiya Janata Party.
Mansoor said besides working through political means and implementing an economic development agenda, the central government must engage with the people of the state to find a lasting solution to the issues confronting Jammu and Kashmir. PTI

One Response to "PDP leader calls for talks with Pak, separatists"

  1. SKChadha   January 6, 2017 at 8:11 am

    “A senior leader of the ruling PDP in Jammu and Kashmir Thursday urged the New Delhi to address the issues troubling the state by resuming dialogue with “all the stakeholders” including separatists … ”

    Is Mansoor Sahib elected by valley to dance? Why is he not holding talks with such SO CALLED STAKEHOLDERS on behalf of the people who elected him? Why he doesn’t collectively decide and impress upon his own party to discuss the issues (if there is any) with Central Government on Center-State Relations? It is irony of J&K that despite enjoying much more autonomy in Indian Federalism as compared to other States, its leaders on difficult issues try to divert people towards Central Government …. 🙂

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