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Hurriyet leaders refuse to meet visiting Indian Home Minister


NEW DELHI: (APS) July 23, 2016– Following the declaration of Burhan Wani as a martyr by Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif, Indian Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj again alleged Pakistan of assisting terrorists whereas the country’s Home Minister, Rajnath Sindh, headed to the occupied valley to hold dialogue with the Hurriyet leaders, reported APS News.

While addressing a press conference in New Delhi, Swaraj stated that Kashmir was an integral part of India, further stating that Pakistan’s desires of getting control of the occupied valley shall not become a reality.

Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh headed to Kashmir following 15 days of curfew in the region after atrocities committed by Indian forces reached new heights.

Hurriyet leaders and traders’ union refused to meet Singh and stated that they met the Indian Home Minister multiple times before but the meetings proved to be unproductive.

Kashmiri leaders stated that no dialogue shall be carried out until Indian government shows concern regarding the situation of the occupied valley.

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