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Anti-terror ops to continue in Kashmir: BJP
10/25/2017 11:08:03 PM

Early Times Report
JAMMU, Oct 25: The BJP has refuted reports that former head of the Intelligence Bureau, Dineshwar Sharma, has been appointed as interlocutor by the Centre for holding a dialogue with stakeholders in Kashmir.
High placed party sources said that Sharma has been appointed as a representative of the Centre to meet the people in trouble-torn Valley and hold dialogue with them under the ambit of Indian Constitution.
The sources said that to keep the doors for dialogue open, which was started by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh last month, the Centre has appointed Sharma to hold talks with anybody in the state who wants to come forward and contribute in restoration of peace.
"Everybody will be welcomed in talks provided he is ready to talk under the jurisdiction of Indian Constitution including separatists and Hurriyat Conference leadership," said sources.
While rejecting the Hurriyat as well as National Conference president and former Chief Minister, Dr Farooq Abdullah's demand of including Pakistan in talks, sources said the neighbouring country has no locus standi and ruled out its inclusion in the talks.
The BJP sources said that Union Government led by Narendra Modi is committed to joint Parliament resolution of 1994 to liberate POJK which is under forcible occupation of Pakistan.
Pakistan is an aggressor which has forcibly occupied a portion of J&K's territory, and this is the only dispute with it, sources added.
BJP sources said that Pakistan otherwise has no role in Kashmir issue. Criticisng the separatists for demanding inclusion of Pakistan as a party in dialogue sources said this way the separatists especially Hurriyat has been totally exposed as a stooge in the hands of Pakistan. It is the separatists and Hurriyat which does not want restoration of peace in the Valley by holding talks with GoI which has sincerely moved forward to give peace a chance in the state.
Sources said at the same time government has not changed its present policy in fighting terror and the anti-terror operations besides action under law against the overground sympathisers of terrorists as well as NIA raids will continue in Valley.
Sources said NIA will continue its job and there will be no slowdown in its operations against the people receiving money from foreign agents as terror fund.
The arrest of son of Jehad Council chief and globally wanted terrorist Syed Salauddin for receiving terror fund is a testimony to the fact, sources added.
Sources said New Delhi will not show any leniency towards terrorists or separatists and allow anybody to challenge unity and integrity of the country. But at the same time it will keep its doors open for common people Kashmir who want to be the part of developmental programme of Union Government.
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