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PK urges PM to review WG's recommendations

By Staff
Google Oneindia News

Jammu, July 8 (UNI) Terming several points of the working groups (WGs) recommendations 'controversial' and 'against the interests of the nation', Panun Kashmir, the front line Kashmiri Pandit organisation, has urged prime minister Manmohan singh to review these points of the reports.

Panun Kashmir President Ajay Chrungoo and General Secretary Kuldeep Raina, in a statement released on the eve of Dr Singh's Jammu visit on July 10, said several points recommended by the working groups are controversial which need to be reviewed in the larger national interest of the country.

''Joint consultation committee, studying facilities for the PoK student in J&K, to make PRC (Permanent resident certificates) as valid travelLing document, rehabilitation of militant's families, demilitariSation, repealing of Armed Forces Special Power act (AFSPA) and creation of special economic zones are very-very controversial and they should be relieved,'' Dr Chrungoo said.

Some forces are trying to use round table conference (rtc) as tool to fulfill their vested interest, Dr Chrungoo said adding the Jammu and Kashmir government is very slow on some positive recommendation and active on controversial recommendation.

''The appropriate measures have not been taken so far by the union and state government over the issues like balanced development of all three regions: Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh, good governance, environmental protection, rehabilitation of Kashmir Pandits and victims of terrorism and up gradation of migration camps,'' Panun Kashmir president said.

We, he said, wanted to urge Prime Minister that any step should be taken very carefully and according to larger interest of the nation and people. ''Prime Minister should review the disputed points of WGs reports before implementation,'' he added.

The five Working Groups (WGs) set up by Prime Minister under chairmanship of M H Ansari, at the second round table conference has submitted its around 50 points reports and recommendations at the third RTC in New Delhi.


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