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Sharma reaches Jammu, discusses with CM how to reach out to stakeholders

Meets 12 delegations including sitting and ex-legislators


Srinagar, Nov 24 (KNS): The government of India’s “special representative” Dineshwar Sharma Friday afternoon reached Jammu his second visit to the state to continue his process of fresh dialogue between Srinagar and New Delhi.
Sharma, who visited Srinagar and Jammu earlier this month, is supposed to stay in J&K for four days. He will reach Srinagar on November 26.
Soon after landing at Jammu, Sharma called on Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and discussed ways and means for reaching out to various stakeholders.
Later, he visited Jagti Township where he met several delegations of Kashmiri Pandits.
Sources told KNS,” he will meet some 12 political and apolitical groups consisting of some politicians and sitting and former legislators. He will go Reasi tomorrow to interact with Talwara migrants.
It is said that Sharma will visit the south Kashmir, the ground zero of unrest. It will be interesting to see how Sharma engages the youths in south Kashmir, where the local militancy is higher than other parts of the valley.
Sharma was appointed the government of India’s interlocutor on October 23 to hold talks with all stakeholders in an effort to find lasting peace for Kashmir issue. (KNS)

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