Senior Advocate Ashok Bhan, Being Chairman Of Kashmir (Policy & Strategy) Group, Urged Union Of India To Reboot A Comprehensive Political Process In J & K Union Territory: Speaking At A Webinar

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Today speaking at a high profile webinar Ashok Bhan, Senior Advocate being chairman of Kashmir (Policy & Strategy) Group, urged Union of India to reboot a comprehensive political process in J & K Union Territory and open channels either directly or at track-2 levels with various socio-political groupings, civil society, mainstream & non-mainstream politicians including those who for their own reasons so far have been away from the democratic process of the country.

He said that there is a growing perception in the Union Territory, especially in the valley that current LG administration has a huge disconnect with the people. There is a deep division in the top echelons of civil services resulting in a major crisis down below in implementing even the people friendly development schemes that could benefit the common masses.

He further stated that the Kashmiris are sick of three decades violence resulted in death & destruction. Almost a generation is in the grave yards. The profound component of Kashmiri civilisation, the Kashmiri Pandits are in exile, longing to return back to Valley.

Enough is enough.

The human rights of the society is in Peril. Kashmir deserves peace, calls for justice and its people wish to live in a violence free & plural environment with economic-political empowerment at all levels and their aspirations respected.

It is obligatory on the Union of India & LG’s administration to create an atmospheric conducive for enjoying the people’s right to safe & secured life & liberty.

India Legal Bureau

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