‘All doors closed for putting forward any solution’
Srinagar, Nov 01: Though mainstream opposition political parties in the state did not comment on the Hurriyat’s rejection of the announcement of dialogue and representative by the BJP-led Government, yet they said that centre has “closed all doors for solution” to the Kashmir issue.
“When Government of India or BJP is not ready to hear autonomy word of a regional mainstream political party, so what is the fun of the interlocutor,” JK Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) president G A Mir told KNS.
“By the quick reaction of the BJP and GoI at the national level, there is no scope for putting arguments and points of view even by a regional mainstream party. So all ideas like autonomy, self rule or any idea have no scope in the present BJP-led government,” he said.
“All doors have been closed for putting forward any solution about the Kashmir issue,” he said, adding, the announcement of the representative is a “time pass”.
National Conference provincial president Nasir Aslam Wani said that GoI should first clear what the interlocutor is coming up with in Kashmir and which roadmap he has for the dialogue.
However, Wani did not comment upon the Hurriyat’s rejection of the dialogue and the representative.
The Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) comprising Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik Tuesday rejected talks with interlocutor appointed by Government of India (GoI) terming the appointment as “nothing more than a tactic to buy time” by New Delhi.
GoI has announced the former IB director Dineshwar Sharma as its representative to carry sustained dialogue on Kashmir. (KNS)