Jammu, Aug 1 (UNI) The constituents of the Shri Amarnath Yatra Sangarsh Samiti (SAYSS), a conglomerate of 30 groups spearheading an agitation for the allocation of land to the Shri Amarnath Shrine Board (SASB), today said there would be no more talks with Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra.
''Unless Mr Vohra sends us any solid proposal on the land transfer issue, it is useless to continue the dialogue process with the Governor,'' spokesperson for the SAYSS, Tilak Raj Sharma, said at a press conference here.
The Samiti however, decided not to hold the second phase of talks as hundreds of protestors gathered around the houses of Mr Sharma and Sangarsh Samiti Convenor Leela Karan Sharma asking them to get the land before dialogue.
However, the first round of talks yesterday ended in a stalemate as a six-member delegation of the Sangharsh Samiti had a meeting with Gov Vohra.
Meanwhile the Governor had also called a meeting of the prominent residents of Jammu and the leaders of all parties but the agitating leaders have warned them against ''making any compromise''.
On the other hand, massive protest demonstrations were taken out by thousands of people in the entire Jammu region demanding the restoration of land to the SASB.
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