All parties will be taken into confidence on Kashmir Issue: Rajnath Singh

DGMO Lt Gen Ranveer Singh, Sitaram Yechury , Ghulam Nabi Azad, H D Deve Gowda, Nitish Kumar , Mamata Banerjee, Naveen Patnaik, Parkash Singh Badal, Pakistan occupied Kashmir, surgical strike, Line of Control, Army's surgical strike, Odisha, Punjab, Bihar , Rajnath Singh, Chief Ministers of West Bengal,
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Asserting that Government will take the confidence of all the parties while holding steps to conduct peace and normalcy in Kashmir, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that it is “very difficult” for the people to bear unrest for long. “The government on its own is working on improving the situation there (Kashmir).
The discussions are still going on with the people. After the all-party delegation meeting, there has been a perceptional change,” Singh told the reporters after commissioning off-shore patrol vessel ICG Sarathi.

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The Home Minister said that the government is working on the suggestions made by the all-party delegation that travelled to the state recently. “The all-party delegation went there (J & K) to review …Our efforts will be to take all parties into confidence while taking a step. We are working on it,” he said. “People in Kashmir have realised that it is difficult to bear such a long span of unrest. People are feeling that peace and normalcy should be restored,” he also added.
“In future also, we will be trying that all parties are taken into confidence (on Kashmir),” he said.
The minister said that “there is an improvement in the situation in Kashmir” and the Centre is serving efforts to implement employment and induce development in the state. “Things are much in control compared to the past. In coming days, the situation in Kashmir would be completely under control,” the HM said.
In order to produce job possibilities to the youths in the Jammu & Kashmir, the central government has directed for recruitment of 10,000 Special Police Officers (SPOs) in the state, he said.

“Development work is going on. The Central government has also funded for all the development works,” he said.

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Answering to a question on cross-border infiltration, the Home Minister said, “Infiltration has been occurring in past, but it was less in 2015.” “There is an increase in 2016 and as far as infiltration is concerned but at the same time our army and para-military forces have succeeded to eliminate the terrorists,” he said.

Normal life remained paralysed for 63rd consecutive day in the unrest-hit Valley, where 73 persons have been killed and several thousand others wounded in the struggle which exploded after Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani was gunned down by security forces.

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