Srinagar: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today cited that members of all party delegations are very concerned to bring peace and normalcy in unrest valley. Leading all party delegation in Kashmir Rahnath Singh showed displeasure over the attitude of Separatist leaders towards the member of delegations and their decision of rejecting talks for reaching a solution over ongoing unrest in Kashmir.
Addressing media persons in Srinagar on Monday, Home Minister reiterated that Jammu and Kashmir is unbroken and integral part of India and would always remain the same way. He said “we all are of the view that things in Kashmir need to improve” and showed anger towards separatists saying them not wanting to participate in resolving issue.
“If someone goes to talk and they (separatists) don’t talk, then they clearly don’t believe in “Insaniyat, Kashmiriyat, Jamuriyat”, Rajnath added that Centre is willing to initiate talks with everyone to restore peace in burning Valley and also said that door’s are always open for talks as centre is concerned towards improving the situation in Kashmir.
The all party delegation lead by Rajnath reached Valley on Sunday. The mordus operandi of all party delegation is to hold meetings with political leaders and stake holders to find a common solution for restoring peace in Valley, as valley is facing protests after killing of militant Burhan Vani on 8th of July.
(Note: Story written and composed by Ila Kazmi)