SrinagarGovernment of India sponsored interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma is likely to visit South Kashmis Pulwama district today.
Dineshwar Sharma who is camping in Jammu, will leave for Kashmir today. Sources said that he will visit Pulwama and will have interactions with the mainstream party leaders at Guest House.
Security has been beefed in South Kashmir ahead of his visit.
Sources said that political workers from Peoples Democratic Party and other parties will interact with Sharma. They said there are minimal chances about the interlocutors meeting with common people.
Demands ranging from rights of PaK refugees to special financial packages for border residents facing frequent Pakistani shelling were highlighted as the Centre’s special envoy on Kashmir, Dineshwar Sharma, met delegations from different sections of the society here for the second day today.
In Jammu, the delegations that met Sharma highlighted issues like alleged discrimination against Jammu, revocation of Article 35A of the Constitution, which gives special rights and privileges to the permanent residents of Jammu and Kashmir, and deportation of Rohingya and Bangladeshi Muslims.
After conducting a six-day tour of the state from November 6, Sharma arrived here yesterday on his second visit to the state and will leave for Kashmir today.
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