Respond to PM’s gesture: Bhim to separatists
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, June 6: Welcoming Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh’s visit to Valley, National Panthers Party, chairman, Prof Bhim Singh has asked the Hurriyat leadership to “respond to the PM’s goodwill gesture by entering into a dialogue process”.
Addressing media men here today, he said “the PM’s visit showed his desire to re-start the peace process by initiating dialogue with all the sections of the society and political spectrum.”
“It was high time for the leadership to respond to the gesture with positive note so that the efforts to peaceful resolution of all issues can be strengthened”, he said.
“I am sure if the angry leadership joins the political sphere, the PM will not even hesitate to go for fresh Assembly elections by the year end”, he said adding, “That is the only way to ensure return of peace with dignity and democracy in the state”.
A 21 member party delegation would meet the PM to express hail his initiative of starting a new era of dialogue with all the sections, he said and extended support to the “efforts of the PM to reach out a final settlement vis-à-vis LoC across J&K with Pakistan so that the two neighbouring countries do not fall into the dangerous Anglo-American trap”.
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