No talks with separatists in Kashmir: India

The union government made its stand clear and reiterated that there will not be any talks with separatists or those raising slogans of “accession or Azadi” in Jammu and Kashmir. The Centre informed the Supreme Court on Friday that a dialogue to restore normalcy was possible only with the legally recognised stakeholders or political parties.

The Supreme Court, which was in complete agreement with the view of Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi said, “All those whom the law does not prevent, can meet and come out with suggestions, as the situation is not very palpable”. The top court’s observation came after Mr Rohatgi said “the government would come to the negotiation table only if the legally recognised stakeholders participate in the dialogue and not with the separatist elements who rake up the issue of accession or Azadi in Kashmir.” Read more

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