(Weekly Organ of the Communist Party of India (Marxist)
September 26, 2010
JAMMU & KASHMIR
CPI(M) Team Meets All-Party Delegation
TERMING the current situation in Kashmir as extremely serious, a seven-member delegation of the CPI(M)’s Jammu and Kashmir state committee, led by its secretary Mohd Yousuf Tarigami, met the all-party parliamentary delegation at Srinagar, September 20, and emphasised the need for some significant political initiatives to resolve the Kashmir problem.
The CPI(M) delegation maintained that ignoring or
nature of the present crisis would be quite ruinous. The CPI(M)
secretary apprised the parliamentary delegation that allowing the
“The current crisis is the manifestation of aggregation of failed political approaches to resolve the basic problem. There has been a failure to develop and evolve a sustainable, result-oriented dialogue process, debates and discussions aimed at resolving the main problem rather than dealing with its offshoots,” Tarigami told the parliamentary delegation.
He reminded the union home minister, P Chidambaram, of
statements including the one in which the latter had termed
“Cutting across the party lines and their respective
vis-à-vis the Kashmir problem, the Indian parliament is expected to
Tarigami cautioned that silent but a significant
“Kashmiris at this juncture feel demoralised and disillusioned; your visit should not add to their disillusionment. The time you have spared for us should be spent giving a patient hearing for the families who have lost their near and dear ones to the past three months turmoil. The visiting delegation should visit the hospitals and meet the injured,’ the J&K CPI(M) delegation stressed.
Tarigami also expressed the hope that the government of
restore the dignity and status of the security forces as an institution
sending a strong message down the line that human right violations have
in the Indian security set-up and can no more be tolerated. “But we
go ahead with the rehabilitation of families of victims, both who have
their lives and those who have sustained injuries in last three
told the parliamentary delegation members. (