Kashmir unrest: Rajnath to visit J&K today, disinclination to involve Hurriyat slammed


NEW DELHI: Home Minister Rajnath Singh will start a two-day visit to Srinagar on Wednesday that will see him hold a new audit of the circumstance in Jammu and Kashmir, and hold a second round of gatherings with the state's different partners to hear their grievances and proposals.

 The visit takes after precisely a month after the main such practice held by Singh in the J&K capital. The home clergyman will spend the following two days examining the security situation in the valley, which hinted at commonality on Tuesday, and cooperating with J&K delegates and common society individuals.

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His timetable incorporates gatherings with J&K boss clergyman Mehbooba Mufti, senator NN Vohra, top authorities of the state government and security strengths, agents of different political gatherings and in addition common society appointments that may incorporate school administrations and Kashmiri Pandits. "Amid his last visit, the home pastor had completely said that he would keep on visiting Jammu and Kashmir for managed collaboration with its kin.

The most recent visit is a continuation of this engagement with all segments willing to talk and resolve the J&K issue inside the structure of the Constitution. It might likewise help lay the ground for a conceivable visit by an all-gathering appointment to the state," said a home service official. The officer, be that as it may, discounted any communication with the Hurriyat.

 By chance, Singh's engagement with J&K delegates runs parallel to his counsels here with famous nationals, for the most part conspicuous non-Kashmiri Muslims, to talk about their appraisal of the Kashmir issue and also the path forward.

 He held two rounds of gatherings on August 18 and 21 with specialists, including previous J&K conversationalist MM Ansari, Milli Gazette proofreader Zafarul Islam Khan, Rajya Sabha part Shahid Siddiqui, previous judge Ishrat Masroor Quddusi, Supreme Court advocate Ashok Bhan and previous AAP part Mufti Shameem Kazmi.

Amid these gatherings, the specialists protested the utilization of pellet firearms in the valley and requested that they be supplanted by cutting edge swarm control measures like water guns, elastic shots and poisonous gas. Ansari scrutinized the Modi government's hesitance to connect with the Hurriyat, reminding that even the Vajpayee government had included them in the J&K exchange.

"This unbending nature against including separatists has irritated segments in Kashmir," he said. Of course, the administration is currently tidying the different studies on Jammu and Kashmir, including the conversationalist's report, for any significant proposals.

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