Srinagar (J&K) [India], Aug. 30 (ANI
): Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad
chaired a meeting on Tuesday with Congress
leaders, where they discussed the impact of the Kashmir unrest
After the meeting while interacting with media Azad said, "If the government would have accepted our suggestions earlier to hold the all party meeting and the visit of all of party delegation to Kashmir, then the curfew which is lifted after 52 days, would have been lifted after 12 days and the number of lives lost and people who got injured from pellet guns would have been less."
He said the government must have talks with other political parties, whether mainstream or non-mainstream, and must try to find out a permanent solution as per the Constitution
to restore normalcy in Kashmir. Union Home Ministe
r Rajnath Singh
will lead an all-party delegation to Jammu and Kashmir on September 4 to meet a cross-section of people and organisations to restore peace in the Kashmir valley.
Curfew was lifted from the Kashmir valley
after fifty-one days on Monday, which was imposed after Hizbul Mujahideen
militant Burhan Wani
was killed on July 8.
Singh visited Srinagar last week to review security in Kashmir and asked Jammu and Kashmir
Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti
to prepare grounds for an all-party delegation to visit the valley. (ANI