New Delhi: Amit Shah, BJP President says until stone pelting stops, no talk over Kashmir would happen. Violence needs to be ended then the government will talk to everyone.
“Once violence ends and an atmosphere of dialogue is created, we will talk to everyone,” he answered when asked if the government will have a dialogue with Hurriyat also, reported DC.
The Agenda of Alliance sealed by the BJP and the PDP before they formed the government in the state talks about holding dialogue with all internal stakeholders.
“We have said that we will start dialogue once stone- pelting stops. As long as there is stone-pelting, there cannot be dialogue. We cannot give them flower if they pelt stones. They will have to understand it,” he stated.
He was also asked if he was satisfied with the state government, he said it had done very good work on developing infrastructure and succeeded in bringing development to far-flung areas.
For the first time, he has said, Jammu and Ladakh, two other regions in the state besides Kashmir, believe that they have got “justice”.