Rajnath discusses Kashmir with opposition leaders

Rajnath discusses Kashmir with opposition leaders

New Delhi, July 11 (IANS) Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday reached out to various political leaders, including Congress chief Sonia Gandhi, and discussed the situation prevailing in Jammu and Kashmir after Hizb militant Burhan Wani’s killing.

“The home minister spoke to Congress President Sonia Gandhi, former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and many others on the issue. It was like reaching out to all concerned to ensure peace in the valley,” a Home Ministry source told IANS.

The minister urged all political parties to “speak in one voice” over Kashmir as the militancy-hit state had witnessed heightened tension and violence following Wani’s killing on Friday last.

“The minister apprised them of the situation there and discussed ways and means to restore normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir,” the source said.

At least 23 people have been killed in clashes between protesters and security forces and curfew imposed in the valley since Saturday.

1 Comment

  1. Here is something for illiterates who were crying ‘intolerant India’!!!

    Japan’s Supreme Court has approved surveillance of practitioners of peace to stop terrorism. You didn’t see any discussion on Indian media, did you? Did those shameless Bollywood intellectuals complain about Switzerland who banned Burqa? Nope!! In fact, they would be the first one to take their family for a nice vacation!!! All the questioning and criticism are limited only to sanaaathana groups. What a sick society!!


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