"The prime minister's speech has not focused on the core issue of Kashmir. There was no mention of the bigger problem. I can't see anything positive coming out of this meeting," Geelani, who is spearheading the ongoing agitation in the valley, said.
On Singh's remarks that some protests were instigated, Geelani said, "The Tangmarg incident has clearly shown as to who is behind the acts of violence and arson".
The police has registered a case on the charges of attempt to murder, arson and rioting against a ruling National Conference worker in Tangmarg, who had allegedly incited the mob which went on rampage on Monday.
"Our protest programmes are peaceful. We are the sufferers of the violence and desire most for peace, but it should be honourable and dignified," he said.
Geelani said the peaceful struggle for achieving the goals in Kashmir will continue as the Centre has failed to respond to the conditions he had put forth for starting a dialogue for resolution of the Kashmir issue.