All segments should come forward for dialogue to find resolution to issues: Guv

JAMMU: Reiterating the need to regain the lost trust and negate the misgivings in certain sections of the society in Jammu and Kashmir, Governor N N Vohra on Tuesday said the appointment of the Special Representative by the Union Government to hold talks with the people belonging to all shades of opinion was recognition of the concern for widening the constituency of peace and include even those who may have contrary ideological convictions.

He said this initiative was in tune with the Prime Minister’s Independence Day Address reflecting his concern and empathy for the people of J&K.

Seeking involvement of all sections of the society in the dialogue process, the Governor said that the Government appeals all those who had earlier refused to be part of the peace process to come forward and accept the Special Representative’s offer for engaging in dialogue. (AGENCIES)