New Delhi to start sustained dialogue in J&K: Rajnath

New Delhi to start sustained dialogue in J&K: Rajnath

Srinagar: Home Minister Rajnath Singh Monday made a major announcement while addressing the media in New Delhi and said that the Centre has decided to start a “sustained dialogue” in Jammu and Kashmir.
Rajnath also announced that former Intelligence Bureau director Dineshwar Sharma has been appointed as the Centre’s representative or interlocutor.
On being asked whether the talks with Hurriyat leaders will be on the agenda, Rajnath Singh made it clear that the government is going to engage “all political parties and stakeholders to ensure that peace is restored in the Valley”.
He added that Dineshwar Sharma will have the right to “engage whatever parties he wishes to”. He added that apart from engaging in talks with all shareholders, as a representative of the government, Dineshwar Sharma will initiate sustained and dialogue to understand legitimate aspirations of people in Jammu & Kashmir.
The Home Minister said that the Centre will ensure that peace in Kashmir is maintained. (Courtesy FE)

One Response to "New Delhi to start sustained dialogue in J&K: Rajnath"

  1. G. Din   October 24, 2017 at 12:45 am

    Dumbest Home Minister India has ever had!
    What can be dumber than saying “to engage “all political parties and stakeholders to ensure that peace is restored in the Valley”? Ask this dumbo why would those who are invested in disturbing the peace engage with him? They will always make sure there is never any peace because that is what keeps the region on boil, because they will have nothing to justify their existence and their importance. Who will bother to even talk to them if peace prevails? What would they be invited to if it had been peaceful? If only the Sardar were still calling the shots!!!!

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