New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh is holding an all-party meeting on Wednesday in New Delhi where a blue print for the resolution to the Kashmir crisis is likely to be drawn up, according to media reports.
The all-party meeting is being attended by 26 lawmakers from 20 parties who were part of the delegation that visited Jammu and Kashmir.
Prior to the all-party meeting on Wednesday, the Home Minister also met Army Chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag
News channel NDTV on Wednesday claimed that it has been able to access the summary note that is being discussed at the meeting.
Excerpts (in no particular order) from the note, according to NDTV, include:
The Jammu & Kashmir government has failed to control the situation
Separatists should be isolated and dealt with separately
Misleading statements given by political leaders
Rural south Kashmir sees a lot of unrest
Control people on the streets before they create law and order problem
Curfew should be lifted and schools reopened
Movement of civilians should be hassle free
Release prisoner, stop harassment of youth
Relief packages for those killed in civil unrest
Compensation to those with eye injuries
Use of pellet guns stopped
Daily hartal calendar issued by Pak under the name of separatists.
– India Blooms News Service (IBNS)
Image: Meeting between Rajnath Singh and Army chief/HMO India Twitter