Difficult For GoI To Restore Confidence: Radha Kumar

KL Report 

Srinagar

Expressing grief over the non implementation of recommendations by central government about Kashmir, former interlocutor on Kashmir Professor Radha Kumar said that revocation of controversial Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) was the one of the important recommendation in a report submitted to centre. She said that to hold All Party Meeting was also recommended to reach at consensus for revocation of AFSPA.

“Today Congress is also supporting the revocation of AFSPA view. Congress had earlier opposed the move but it is now ready for the move. It is a welcome step”, Kumar told a local news agency KNS.

Calling the execution of Parliament attack convict Mohammad Afzal Guru a set back to the peace in Kashmir, she said, “Guru’s execution has alienated the people of Kashmir. Centre government has failed to reap the benefits out of peace that prevailed in during last two years. It is now difficult for the federal government to restore peace and confidence of the people of Valley.”

She said that government of India (GoI) should look into the demand of people to return the mortal remains of Guru to his family.

“Death of Kashmiri youth Mudasir Kamraan in Hyderabad is unfortunate”, Kumar told KNS.

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