From KO Archives-July,22,2018: Jagadguru For Unconditional Talks With APHC


SRINAGAR — Jagadguru Shan­karacharya Swamy Adhoksh­janand Tirathji Maharaj today asked the centre to initiate a meaningful and uncondi­tional dialogue with Hurriyat Conference to solve Kashmir problem. “Kashmir is a politi­cal problem, the problem here is totally different?, he told reporters here, add¬ing both the centre and the state govern­ment were responsible for the present situation.

Referring to his meeting with Hurriyat leaders, Jagad­guru of Govardhan Rthadish­war, on a fact finding missing in Kashmir, said that they were ready for talks. “Hurriyat has given me full au¬thority to talk to the centre on behalf of them”.

He said gun culture in the valley has played havoc with the lives of the people, adding even birds, trees and animals are not safe. The present situ­ation is unbearable for every­body. I have taken the challenge and will work untiringly for its solution so that peace, brother­hood and communal harmony returns to Kashmir, he said.

Without naming union home minister L.K. Advani, the Shankaracharya of Gov­ardhan Peeth said that there are people in the government who have openly raped consti­tution. “I don’t expect people of such character to come to the rescue of mankind, who have got some, dubious credential to their credit”. Commenting on growing fundamentalism in the country, he said it is organisa­tions like RSS who have openly damaged secular fabric of India for the last fifty years. Blaming RSS squarely for the rise in attacks on Christians he said RSS should shoulder its re­sponsibly for it.

JagadGuru said Kashmir mil­itancy was being projected in the wrong perspective in the coun­try. The dispute over the state is the creation of politicians. Maulana Athar Hussain Dehelvi and Jotshi M, K. Sharma were present on the occasion.


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