SRINAGAR: Urging upon Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi to start fruitful dialogue with all the stake-holders of State, a Pandit organization Jammu Kashmir Reconciliation Front (JKRF) Wednesday observed a one day token hunger strike to express solidarity with the Kashmiri Muslim brethren against civilian killings in Valley. The hunger strike was observed under the banner of JKRF led by Dr Sanjay Mawa.
While talking to CNS, Dr Sanjay Mawa said they have assembled here in Press Enclave Srinagar to express solidarity with Kashmiri Muslims brethren who are being hounded by Indian Forces. “Politics is being played on Kashmir issue. “Fake patriotism is invoked by politicians to crush and kill people of Kashmir,” he said adding that Kashmir issue could be resolved through dialogue only.
Mawa urged upon Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to start a dialogue with all stake holders particularly Hurriyat Conference. “Modi is arriving on 19th of this month in Jammu and Kashmir. He should take this opportunity to start a dialogue with stake holders,” he said. Mawa alleged that New Delhi is awarding those people who resort to killings in Kashmir.