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Ongoing dialogue process in J&K lopsided: BJP
February 14, 2006 16:54 IST
Branding the ongoing dialogue process in Jammu and Kashmir as "lopsided", the state unit of Bharatiya Janata Party Tuesday said the party would not accept any solution, which was arrived at excluding the people of Jammu and Ladakh.
"We reiterate our demand that the Centre should organise forthwith a round table conference of all mainstream leaders so that all will express their point of view on the genesis of solution of Kashmir problem," vice president of state BJP Hari Om told reporters in Jammu.
He said his party would not accept any solution to which the people of Jammu and Ladakh and the displaced Kashmiri Hindus are not a party.
The way the United Progressive Alliance government is conducting itself and carrying forward the dialogue process has only served to prove that it has not only gone totally Valley-centric, but also a particular sect-centric, he said.
Om said the BJP has no doubt whatsoever that the nation, including the people of the state, would surely suffer grievously if the ongoing lopsided and dangerous dialogue process is not abandoned and a holistic and all-inclusive approach adopted.
"The kind of dialogue process the Congress-led UPA government has initiated has only given more dangerous respectability to the already rather aggressive and dictatorial Pakistan and those in Kashmir who have committed serious crimes both against the civil society and the Indian state," he said.