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RSS to burn copy of Kashmir interlocutors report

Tuesday July 17, 2012 08:18:24 PM, IANS

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Chandigarh: The Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) will burn copies of the Jammu and Kashmir interlocutors' "dangerous" report across the country soon, a senior leader said here Tuesday.

RSS leader Indresh Kumar told media persons here that the RSS would soon decide a date to burn the copies of the report submitted by the three interlocutors to the central government.

"The interlocutors' report is extremely dangerous for the unity and integrity of the country. It will lead to division of the country," he alleged, terming the report as being against Kashmir's integration with India.

The report has recommended the setting up of a constitutional committee to review all central laws extended to the state and making permanent Article 370 of the constitution that grants the state a special status.

Indresh Kumar said the interlocutors had taken a line which will allow a third agency to mediate on the Kashmir issue which India will not tolerate.

He said that Pakistan had no right to the areas of Kashmir it currently occupies.

The report, "A New Compact with the People of Jammu and Kashmir", prepared by the three interlocutors - senior journalist Dileep Padgaonkar, academician Radha Kumar and former information commissioner M.M. Ansari - was made public early this month.
 








 

 


 

 

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