33 delegations meet interlocutor Sharma

Doris Richards
November 26, 2017

The Central Government's Special Representative on Jammu and Kashmir, Dineshwar Sharma held meetings with 36 delegations consisting of the people from the cross section of the society in Jammu the winter capital of the State.

Sources said that he will visit Pulwama and will have interactions with the mainstream party leaders at Guest House.

She said people like Sharma or the previous so-called interlocutors come here only to strengthen India's illegal occupation.

After conducting a six-day tour of the state from November 6, Sharma arrived here yesterday on his second visit to the state and will leave for Kashmir tomorrow.

However on his return to Jammu he met a number of delegates.

According to media reports, Talwara camp has over 2,200 families, who had fled their homes in Reasi, Udhampur, Doda, Rajouri and Poonch districts during the height of militancy in Jammu region in the 1990s.


Sharma met several delegations this morning and is scheduled to meet over two dozen more this evening.

The DeM General Secretary, Nahida Nasreen in a statement issued in Srinagar said, "The so-called interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma is on a second visit to Kashmir".

He has to meet around 30 delegations, said an official.

Khalsa put forward his demands for benefits at par with Kashmiri pandits, including reservation for their children in various educational institutions.

Choudhary Kamal Singh, who led a delegation of Border Area People Welfare Forum (BAPWF), highlighted the miseries of the people living along the Line of Control and global border in the state.

Sharma on Friday called on the Chief Minister and Governor N N Vohra in Jammu and discussed various issues on the current scenario of the state and the recent confidence building measures taken by the Centre for the state.

Other reports by Iphone Fresh

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