Centre-Hurriyat dialogue: Track-2 activated - watsupptoday.com
Centre-Hurriyat dialogue: Track-2 activated
Posted 06 Jun 2018 12:49 PM

Agencies
Amid ceasefire backed prevailing peace in Kashmir, New Delhi is all set to test waters in the coming days by reaching out to separatist camp through its special envoy Dineshwar Sharma in a bid to break ice.
Reliable sources told STATE TIMES that Sharma is trying hard quietly knock the doors of Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Mirwaiz Umer Farooq and Yasin Malik to extend Delhi’s invitation to them for formal talks.
However, Sharma said, “I will try to bring peace in the Kashmir region and hopefully, God will help. Ceasefire announced by New Delhi and offer for talks with separatist camp signal a positive approach by the Government of India, let’s see how it pans out.”
Recently, Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh had said that the Centre is ready to talk to the Hurriyat Conference if they wanted the dialogue process should be started, even if Pakistan comes for a dialogue, New Delhi is ready.
Soon after New Delhi announced dialogue offer, Geelani, Mirwaiz and Malik held a meeting at Geelani’s residence at Hyderpora, and asked New Delhi to make agenda of talks clear.
Sources further added that Sharma is trying hard to pave a way for talks between the New Delhi and separatist camp. Sharma went to all the three regions of J&K and since his appointment as Government of India’s Special Representative to Jammu & Kashmir, he met almost all sections of people in J&K.
According to Srinagar based news agency, Hurriyat has constituted a six member committee, two persons each from all the three groups, to form public opinion on possible dialogue with Government of India. They are, Ghulam Nabi Zaki and Ghulam Nabi Nazar from Mirwaiz Group, Umar Adil Dar and Hakim Rashid from Geelani Group, Sheikh Abdul Rashid and Yaseen Bhat from Malik Group.

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