Rajnath appeals for peace in the Kashmir Valley

Srinagar: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today stated that India’s future will be incomplete without a peaceful Kashmir and made an ardent appeal for peace in the Kashmir Valley.

He further made it clear that an all-party delegation will visit the state soon for talks on ending a prolonged violent unrest that has taken lives of approximately 70 people since July 9.

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Rajnath Singh said at the press conference that an alternative to the use of pellet guns as a tool to control unruly mobs would be found “in a few days”.

The Home Minister said he met around 300 people, comprising of leaders of all political parties in the state, with whom he had “good talks”.

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Rajnath Singh when asked that if he invited separatist leaders who have been spearheading the agitation for talks he told that the government was ready to hold talks with anyone who believed in “insaniyat, jamhooriyat and Kashmiriyat”.