Govt ready for any option to resolve issues: Sagar
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Sept 4: Reiterating stand of National Conference to accept any formula other than the Autonomy, which leads to the solution of the Kashmir issue, Minister for Rural Development, Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, Ali Muhammad Sagar has said that the interests of the people are supreme.
Addressing representatives of various villages of district Udhampur after inaugurating Gram Sabha, he called upon separatists to respond positively to the talks offer extended by the Centre.
“It is an established fact that various vexed issues have been resolved through dialogue and history stands testimony to this. “
He said instead of rejecting the offer, they should come to the table and also bring forth their ideas and demands, so that they can be discussed and a via media found for the solution of all the issues confronting the State.
“The Government has already said on various occasions that they would facilitate the talks so that the stalemate can be broken and a lasting solution which ushers peace and prosperity in the State can be worked out. The present situation by which the people have been held hostage has disastrous consequences on the economy and other related sectors especially the education of our younger generation has suffered which is detrimental to our future,” Sagar maintained while asking the people to come forward and help the Government in restoring peace and normalcy in the valley.
While highlighting MGNREGA in changing the rural landscape across the country, he said an amount of Rs 650 crore has been earmarked under the scheme for the State out of which, 35 crore has to be utilized in the district only. Similarly, an amount of Rs. 70 crore has been earmarked under the Total Sanitation Campaign (TSC).
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