Governor indirectly asks separatists to talk to GOI

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By Fast Kashmir on 02/01/2018.


Says Dialogue best means of resolving all disagreements

Srinagar, Jan 02: Guarded in his words, Governor NN Vohra on Tuesday while addressing the state legislature hinted that those who refused to talk to GOI’s special envoy Dineshwar Sharma should take part in the dialogue process for sustainable peace in Valley.

The Governor in his address, according to KNS correspondent, appealed all those who had earlier not taken part in the peace process to come forward and accept the Special Representative Dineshwar Sharma’s offer for engaging in dialogue. He said the Government is hopeful that, soon enough, all segments shall come forward for a dialogue and all issues would find resolution. “The challenges will be met only through dialogue, which is the best means of resolving all disagreements,” he said.

“As we are gathered here today, in this citadel of democracy, let us resolve that from now onwards the problems faced by the people of Jammu and Kashmir in the recent years will not be allowed to become the baggage of the future and that the anxieties of our people will be replaced by aspirations of a safe and prosperous future,” the Governor said in his address.

He also hoped that as the engagement with all the stakeholders gains ground, there will be a yearning for peace and when it will come it will create its own externalities. (KNS)