Will take all parties into confidence: Rajnath Singh

Singh, who was in Panaji to commission Indian Coast Guard’s off-shore patrol vessel Sarathi, said the all-party delegation’s visit to the Valley had brought about a “perceptional change”.

Written by Harsha Raj Gatty | Panaji | Published:September 10, 2016 4:50 am
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Home Minister Rajnath Singh Friday said the government will take all parties into confidence while taking steps to restore normalcy in Kashmir. He added that it is difficult for people in the Valley to bear unrest for long and that they want peace to return.

Singh, who was in Panaji to commission Indian Coast Guard’s off-shore patrol vessel Sarathi, said the all-party delegation’s visit to the Valley had brought about a “perceptional change”. “The delegation went there to understand the situation…our efforts will be to take all parties in confidence while taking a step,” he said, adding that the government is working on the recommendations of the all-party delegation.

He said the situation in the Valley had significantly improved in the past few days and will soon be brought “completely under control”. “It is difficult for people to bear unrest for long. They now want peace and normalcy to be restored,” he said.