Track II diplomacy likely to begin in Valley tomorrow

Srinagar: In an effort to initiate track two diplomacy, a team set up by union government, comprising of six persons is likely to visit Kashmir on Tuesday.

The team is also assigned to take assessment of the present situation in the Valley and to present a report before Delhi.

It is also assigned to see and try ways for initiation of fresh rapprochement and re-conciliation process.

Sources told KNS that the team headed by former Union Minister for External Affairs Yashwant Sinha, will reach Valley on Tuesdayafternoon.

“The team will call on Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and other ministers. It will also meet various mainstream opposition leaders,” sources told KNS.

Others who are part of the delegation include: member of parliament Jai Ram Ramesh, Rajya Sabha member from Karnataka and former Union Minister for Rural Development, Former Chairperson of the National Commission for Minorities and Chief Information Commissioner of India Wajahat Habibullah, Former Air Vice Marshal, Bharat Bhushan, Journalist (Editor of Catch News) Kapil Kak, and Executive Director, Centre for Dialogue and Reconciliation Sushoba Arve. (KNS)

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