All-party Kashmir team members attempt to meet separatists for talks


SRINAGAR: The principal endeavor to connect by and by to Kashmiri separatists was made today by individual restriction individuals from parliament, who had gone to Kashmir as a major aspect of the all-party assignment. Be that as it may, at each spot they were dismissed. The pioneers had chosen to connect after the Hurriyat rejected PDP boss Mehbooba Mufti’s offer for talks, saying the onus was on them to give it a shot regardless of the fact that they were reprimanded.

The most threatening gathering was gotten by Left pioneers Sitaram Yechury and D Raja and Sharad Yadav – who had gone to meet hardline separatist Syed Ali Shah Geelani, who is under house capture. As the three representatives achieved his home at Srinagar’s Hyderpora, they were welcomed by hostile to India mottos from Geelani’s supporters and were denied passage. Before that, the three pioneers had gone to visit Yasin Malik at a neighborhood police headquarters where he was held up, yet Mr Malik declined to converse with them.

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Asaduddin Owaisi of the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen came to the Chashm-e-Shahi visitor house, where Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Shabir Shah have been confined. The Mirwaiz met him for several minutes, however declined an exchange, Mr Owaisi told NDTV. The Mirwaiz, he said, was “extremely disturbed about the entire circumstance”. He said he had a marginally more discussion with Mr Shah. Later at night, Mr Yechury, Mr Raja and Mr Yadav went to meet the Mirwaiz. Mr Yechury said they had a discussion that endured 15-20 minutes, yet the Hurriyat pioneers have taken a choice “not to discuss anything unmistakable”.

“We are confident that something positive will happen. Our sign to the general population of Kashmir is that we have come here to share their agony. We have made a special effort to meet the Hurriyat leaders,” he included. The three pioneers kept up this starting was important. “We are with the general population of Kashmir. Need peace to win. We are prepared to talk with no conditions to every one of the partners,” Mr Yechury told the media.

Toward the beginning of today, the Hurriyat had rejected Ms Mufti’s welcome to join chats with the meeting designation, which she had sent yesterday as the head of the People’s Democratic Party and not the state’s central clergyman. In any case, National Conference boss Omar Abdullah had reprimanded her endeavors, saying the administration ought to have discharged the separatist pioneers from house capture on the off chance that she was not kidding about talks.

The all-party designation, which achieved Srinagar at the beginning of today, held separate gatherings with Ms Mufti and Mr Abdullah’s gatherings. From that point, as the day progressed, they met the standard gatherings at the Sher-E-Kashmir assembly room. “We plan to converse with people and gatherings who need peace and commonality in Kashmir Valley,” Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said before takeoff. Turmoil has been seething in the Valley throughout the previous 58 days, since the demise of Hizbul Mujahideen fear monger Burhan Wani, in which about 70 individuals have passed on and almost 10,000 have been harmed.

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