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Jammu-Kashmir News: After talks with J&K parties, Modi government in action, sent an invitation to the leaders of Kargil and Ladakh


The meeting of 14 leaders of Jammu and Kashmir with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday is considered to be a good start. At the same time, on July 1, the central government has sent a call to all the parties and members of civil society of Kargil and Ladakh. In this, former MPs of the Valley and members of civil society have also been invited. It is discussed that Union Minister of State for Home G. The meeting will be held on July 1 in New Delhi under the leadership of Kishan Reddy.

In fact, this is the first time after the abrogation of the special status given to Jammu and Kashmir under Article 370 and making it two separate Union Territories – Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh – instead of the state, when the parties and leaders of that region. No such meeting was called with During this, many of these leaders had to spend a long time in custody. The people of Jammu and Kashmir also had to face various restrictions on civil rights including internet shutdown.

Meeting with PM Modi held on Thursday
On Thursday, under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a meeting was held with all the parties of Jammu and Kashmir for the first time after the abrogation of 370. A total of 18 representatives from Jammu and Kashmir attended the meeting at the Prime Minister’s residence. The first meeting was after so many days but the discussion took place in a very productive atmosphere. All the leaders who came to attend this meeting praised Manoj Sinha. These leaders even demanded full statehood from Prime Minister Modi by making him governor.


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The government said this

On the other hand, while appealing for cooperation in the process of delimitation of constituencies, the government made it clear that it wants to establish an elected government by holding elections at the earliest. Although it has not been formally clarified when the statehood will be given to Jammu and Kashmir, but it is important for the Union Home Minister and the Prime Minister himself to make a commitment regarding this in the meeting. Overall, taking into account the complexity of the Kashmir problem, it would not be practical to expect that after this one meeting everything will be back to normal. (input agency)

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