JWAM protests interlocutor’s decision to talk with separatists

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Nov 9: Jammu West Assembly Movement (JWAM) today held a protest here at New Plot to demanding interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma not to hold talks with the hurriyat leaders.
Led by their president, Sunil Dimple, the JWAM activists burnt effigies of Central and State Governments to express their resentment against them.
Addressing the protesters, Sunil Dimple criticized the statement of the interlocutor that he will try to meet separatist leaders. “Interlocutor’s statement that efforts will be done to hold talks with separatists, disappointed the people of Jammu region and the nationalists forces of the State”, he stated.
“Whether India has become so weak that it is inviting those anti-nationalist people for talks, who should be in jails”, he questioned and urged the interlocutor not to talk with separatists, who are agents of Pakistan in India to fuel unrest in Kashmir. He demanded the Central Government to deal with these anti-national people with heavy hand and order NIA to arrest them immediately.