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Governments should take steps for dialogue in Kashmir: All Party Delegation

The Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday chaired the follow-up meeting of the All Party delegation that visited Jammu and Kashmir.

The members of the All Party Parliamentary Delegation have expressed serious concerns of the prevailing situation in the State of Jammu and Kashmir. The members of the delegation are of the opinion that there is no place for violence in a civilized society. There can be no compromises on issue of National Sovereignty.

The members appeal to the people of the state to shun the path of violence and resolve all the issues through dialogue and discussion. The members requested the central and state government to take steps for a dialogue with all stake-holders. The members asked the Central and State Government to take steps to ensure that educational institutions, Government offices and Commercial establishments start functioning normally at the earliest. They requested the government to take effective steps to ensure security for all citizens and provide medical treatment to citizens and security personnel injured in the agitation.

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