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Former Union Minister and veteran Congress leader Prof Saif-ud-din Soz has said that formation of Third Front, as a new experiment in the Jammu and Kashmir as suggested by some political masters, close to power corridors in Delhi, may prove counter-productive, Jammu based Daily Excelsior reported.
Quoting Soz, the report said, “I am told that some sections in Kashmir Society are apprehensive that certain elements in Delhi’s power elite are seriously thinking to institute a political formation as a Third Front to play a political game that will be conducive to its (Centre’s) policy.”
“I have some knowledge and assessment that the Union of India committed many mistakes in the past in its assessment of genuine aspirations of the people of Kashmir. The masters have rightly said that those people who are not prepared to learn from their mistakes continue to repeat them,” Soz maintained.
Former JKPCC chief, as quoted by the newspaper, said, “I have a feeling that the efforts of certain short-sighted elements in Delhi’s political class will not succeed to indirectly impose a political situation that will surely be unacceptable to the general run of Kashmiris. The best course of response to the critical situation in Kashmir, available to the Union of India is that, it should initiate an un-fettered dialogue with the Separatist leadership, at its earliest.”