Jammu and Kashmir Opposition delegation submitted a memorandum to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking an "immediate" ban on pellet guns in the state, PTI news agency reported.
The delegation had earlier called on President Pranab Mukherjee and sought a dialogue with all stakeholders in Kashmir.
"A continued failure to address the unrest in Kashmir will further deepen the sense of alienation," Omar-led team told PM.
The team also requested PM Modi to initiate dialogue with all stakeholders in the Kashmir valley immediately.
Meanwhile, former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Monday said that they have not come with complaints about anybody, but want a solution whcih will help all.
A delegation of JK opposition led by Omar today met Prime Minisetr Modi over the prevailing situation in Kashmir.
"We have not come with complaints about anybody, we are hopeful that solution that is arrived at helps all," Omar was quoted by ANI news agency as saying.
Omar also added: "we have come here so a solution to J&K issue can be found out. We believe this issue must not politicised."
"Jammu Kashmir jo hai politics ka akhadaa nahi ban-na chahiye: Omar Abdullah says not time for politics and blame game," he said.