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State BJP out of loop from peace panel initiative


State BJP out of loop from peace panel initiative

,October  26 (KIP):- The BJP has distanced itself  from the
five-member delegation which is in Srinagar for trying to discuss with
the separatists ways and means for achieving peace.

The BJP has distanced deliberately because it does not
want to provoke the separatists by associating itself with the
delegation. The five-member delegation  wants to give a look that it
has taken the initiative on its own and that is the reason for the
Conference to expect some results from the talks.

The main opposition parties National Conference and Congress have
welcomed the meeting of five-member team led by former union Minister
for External Affairs Yashwant Singh with the separatist leaders and
exuded confidence that it could lead to major breakthrough if process
is seriously carried forward.

“The visit of five-member team and their meeting with separatist
leaders is a welcome step. We want this initiative must go on seriously
and sincerely so that the issues are resolved amicably,” said National
Conference General Secretary Ali Mohammad Sagar.

Sagar has said NC has been demanding release of all
political leaders from jails, withdrawal of cases against youth and
end to use of pellets and crackdowns.
“We will not hesitate to reiterate our viewpoints and demands before
anyone,” Sagar said.

State Congress Chief, G A Mir said dialogue has to be carried
forward.“Dialogue is the only way out. There is not any other option
to resolve issues. We welcome the initiatives taken by the Sinha-led
delegation. We also urge the separatist leaders to open their doors
for the delegation,” he said.

Chairman Peoples Democratic Front and MLA, Hakim Muhammad Yasin said
people of want resolution of Kashmir issue. “People of Kashmir
have been worst sufferers. The initiative by the delegation led by Sinha
is a welcome step. The process must be carried forward with
sincerity,” he said.
He said it is also encouraging that unlike members of Parliament
delegation, separatist leaders opened doors for talks this time

The main opposition leaders opted for dialogue because they feel that through talks various issues could be resolved. Are talks between Five-member delegation from Delhi and the separatists
yield results when Pakistan forces have been, during the last 15 days, resorted to unprovoked ceasefire violations. And the Pak troops violated ceasefire during the last one month as many as 49 times and
this could  come in the way of  smoothing the relations between
and Pakistan.(KIP)


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