Interlocutors to hold RTC in Jammu
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, June 26: New Delhi appointed interlocutors will be holding second Round Table Conference in Jammu from July 12 to obtain views from a cross section of society on finding an amicable and lasting solution to the Kashmir issue.
The RTC will be held on July 12-13 to evolve a consensus among different groups and also seek their opinion for a lasting solution to Kashmir problem, official sources told Greater Kashmir.
They said about 50 participants including civil society members, intellectuals and politicians from Jammu region are expected to take part in the conference. Besides, experts in different fields from New Delhi are also expected to be part of the deliberations.
The first RTC was held in Srinagar on April 18 and 19 where people from different shades of opinions including separatists were invited.
On October 13 last year, New Delhi named three interlocutors, Dileep Padgaonkar, Radha Kumar and M M Ansari for holding talks with all shades of opinion in Jammu and Kashmir including the separatists.
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