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Jammu and Kashmir: People’s Conference Welcomes Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Invitation to the Talks | India News

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SRINAGAR: The People’s Conference (PC) on Monday welcomed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s invitation to the Jammu and Kashmir political parties for talks and hoped that the engagement would evolve into “something much bigger” and facilitate the empowerment of the people of the country. Union territory.
The PC, led by Sajad Lone, said that it is necessary to involve all stakeholders to draft a new social contract between Delhi and the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
A PC spokesman said that Lone chaired a meeting of party leaders in the context of the prime minister’s invitation.
He said the meeting discussed in detail the general political scenario and the situation on the ground in Jammu and Kashmir, as well as emphasizing the need for the political class to play a constructive role in order to end the prevailing stalemate and find durable and democratic solutions. to all problems. challenges facing the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
Participants expressed appreciation for the Prime Minister’s initiative and hoped that this commitment would grow into something much bigger and facilitate the return to democracy and the empowerment of the people of Jammu and Kashmir, the spokesperson said.
He said the participants insisted that the party chairman unequivocally convey the pain and suffering of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
However, they also emphasized the need for creative thinking to address the pain and suffering of the people of Jammu and Kashmir and hoped that the engagement would be positive, decisive and results-oriented, the spokesperson said.
The leaders unanimously emphasized the need to draft a new social contract between Delhi and Jammu and Kashmir to address the aspirations of the people of the Union territory, he said.
It is imperative to restore the credibility and sanctity of the institution of dialogue. There is much pain and suffering in Jammu and Kashmir. There are many harsh realities that the Prime Minister must know about. We feel that we must express and inform the PM of our pain and suffering, they said.
The CP leaders said that, as political workers, they have a duty to facilitate the movement towards the restoration of democracy and the empowerment of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.



Times of India

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