Kashmir interlocutor likely to visit Valley on Monday

New Delhi: Government’s special representative to “initiate” and “carry forward a dialogue” on Jammu and Kashmir Dineshwar Sharma is likely to visit Kashmir on next Monday, said a source in the Home Ministry.
In his maiden six-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir after getting the new assignment, Sharma will be meeting the students and representatives of youth organisations.
He is likely to meet the other groups of the political parties and individuals. He will be in the Srinagar for four days and meet people to “understand their aspirations”.
During his stay, he will be meeting the Government officials as well. Meeting with Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra and Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti is also scheduled, added the source.
The former Director of Intelligence Bureau is likely to visit Jammu for two days after his stay in Kashmir.
The J&K Interlocutor is visiting Ladakh & Leh in his next leg of his visit.
Pertinently, the pro-freedom leaders have refused to meet Sharma.