Ram Madhav's visit to J&K: government is ready to talk to all unconditionally

Story By: Rajesh Sharma
Friday, September, 22 2017 - 14:56

The government is ready to talk to all stakeholders in Jammu and Kashmir without pre-conditions, BJP general secretary Ram Madhav said on Thursday.

Asked what if the separatists were willing to talk, Madhav said: "If they (separatists) wish, they can have a dialogue with the state government and they can have talks with New Delhi as well."

He, however, indicated the Hurriyat had so far shown no inclination to talk to either the state government or the Centre. Stating that the Centre would like to see total normalcy restored in the state, he said the BJP was committed to giving good governance to the people while seeking cooperation from the Opposition.

Madhav arrived in Srinagar on Thursday on a two-day visit and held meetings with BJP ministers, legislators and prominent party workers.

Madhav’s visit comes amid speculations of a Cabinet reshuffle and reports that the party high command had received complaints about the “non-performance” of BJP legislators and Cabinet ministers.


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