Welcoming the government move to set separatist leader Syed Ali Geelani free from house detention, interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma, who is in Kashmir Valley Friday said that Jammu Kashmir Government should allow Geelani and his company to interact freely with people.
“Government should allow them to move and express freely. There is nothing wrong if they put their point of view freely but without creating any law and order problem,” Sharma told news a local news gatherer.
He said it is up to the government to decide how to deal with Geelani and others if they create some law and order problem.
To a question, Dineshwar Sharma said “it is up to Hurriyat to decide whether they want to talk to me or not. How can I force them? It is their responsibility. It is they who have to take a call on the dialogue.”
When asked whether his recommendations will be implemented unlike past, Dineshwar Sharma claimed that many decisions are in offing. He said so many decisions with regard to Kashmir have been taken and those will be implemented in letter and spirit. When asked to elaborate, Sharma said that a decision to grant amnesty to stone-pelters has already been implemented. “You will see a change, a big change. Only people will decide whether my Kashmir visits have borne any fruit or not,” Sharma said. (CNS)