Government should act on its words on Kashmir, says Congress

New Delhi: Emphasizing the need for a dialogue to make sure peace in Kashmir, the Congress today stated that government should take action to implement what was said by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh.

Congress spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala today stated: “We need to move beyond the rhetoric. Action on the ground is needed. A political dialogue with all stakeholders is suggested.”

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“The need of the hour is a genuine public outreach. There is much at stake and risk in Jammu and Kashmir.”

The Congress leader further said that if the Home Minister is eager to act on his words and heal the wounds of the Kashmiri people, it will be welcomed by every Indian.

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