New Delhi, Jul 1: Central Government on Wednesday, Jun 30, advised Omar Abdullah, Jammu Kashmir Chief Minister and his ministers to visit the areas under violence. Centre advised them to tackle the current situation through the security forces as well as through political means, reports a leading news paper.
The Union Government urged Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) to enforce maximum restraint and sensitivity and to help the police in implementing curfew in the Kashmir valley. The Union Government also promised full protection for the Amarnath Yatra.
The suggestions were given by the panel which attended the high-level meeting called by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, to discuss the Kashmir unrest, which claimed 11 lives.
Home Minister P Chidambaram, Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee and Defence Minister AK Antony, who attended the meeting called by Manmohan Singh adviced the state government of Jammu Kashmir to visit the disturbed areas to facilitate political and CRPF action to settle the issues. They added that they will provide full support to Omar Abdullah.