The Centre is open to talk to every person who believes in ‘Kashmiriyat, Insaniyat and Jamhooriyat’ to resolve ongoing unrest in parts of Jammu and Kashmir, Union Minister Jitendra Singh said on Wednesday and hoped that the crisis will end soon.
He said common man in streets of Srinagar does not approve of violence but there are handful of people sponsored by foreign agencies who are triggering violence in Jammu and Kashmir.
“The Centre is absolutely serious to restore normalcy in Kashmir as early as possible and we are taking steps in that direction. It is also the desire of the common citizens of Jammu and Kashmir including those living in Kashmir Valley.”
“Certainly common man in the streets of Srinagar does not approve of violence. I always have confidence that the youth of Jammu and Kashmir is very keen to be beneficiary of miraculous scheme initiated by the Modi government. It is the handful of people, who are also sponsored by foreign agencies, who are triggering this. I am sure youths today is awaken enough to call that bluff,” said Singh, Minister of State in Prime Minister’s Office.
He said the Centre is keeping a close watch on the situation in the state. “In the last two-three days there has been some headway. Things are steadily coming back to normalcy. We are working very closely and in coordination with the state government to resolve the situation,” the Minister said.