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The team of interlocutors on Kashmir Tuesday presented its first report to the government, days after returning from a visit to the troubled state that has been rocked by violent protests and civilian killings since June.  

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New Delhi: The recommendations made in the first report of the interlocutors for Jammu and Kashmir have been examined by the government and action initiated on these, an official said Tuesday.

A home ministry spokesman said some recommendations have been sent to the state government for necessary action and some other recommendations are being implemented by the central government.

He said the report made a number of recommendations, including expediting cases of undertrials, permitting peaceful protests, releasing militants/protesters against whom there were no serious charges, training of security forces, identifying jobs for young men and women in central/state government offices, and announcing scholarships for Kashmiri students.

The report also suggested enhancing monetary assistance to widows and orphans, enhanced efforts to trace missing people, promoting investments in Kashmir, giving special status to Paharis, representation to Gujjars and Bakerwals in political institutions and bureaucracy, and increasing monthly allowances to Kashmiri Pandits.

The report submitted to the government by the interlocutors - Dileep Padgaonkar, M.M. Ansari and Radha Kumar - was based on their visit to the state Oct 23-28.

The group visited the state again Nov 9-14 and the recommendations made in the report were under active consideration of the governmen, the spokesman said.

During their visits, the interlocutors visited Baramulla, Uri, Anantnag, Ganderbal, Bandipora, Leh and Kargil districts and met political and community leaders, minority representatives, including several groups of Kashmiri Pandits as well as refugees from Pakistani Kashmir.

The group visited Kashmiri Pandit camps at Muthi to ascertain their views about the Kashmir issue. They also visited detenus in the central jail in Srinagar and met leaders of student protests for similar interaction.

The government set up the three-member panel in October to hold sustained dialogue with a wide range of representatives of political and public opinion to draw up a road map for a permanent settlement of the political problem in the state.


 

 

 

 

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