Human Rights Activist Gautam Navlakha Sunday said that India is not sincere in holding dialogue with separatist leaders.
“Not only Separatist leaders but Civil Society of India is well aware of this bitter reality that New Delhi is not sincere about the resolution of Kashmir issue,” Navlakha told CNS adding that Civil Society of India is on job and they are making every effort to make people of India aware of reality about Kahmir.
He said when India is not ready to accept Kashmir as a dispute then for what dialogue is needed. “People of Kashmir should be given right to self-determination. Let India accept this right first and then talk about dialogue,” he said.
Goutam Navlakha said that separatist leaders of Kashmir have bitter experience of the dialogue process and they know the real face of Indian leadership. “Let me tell you that India is not sincere as far as Kashmir issue is concerned. New Delhi is playing card and buying time from last 63 years. How long it could befool the people of Kashmir and the people of the rest of the country,” he said adding that rigidity on party of New Delhi is making Kashmir issue more complicated.