Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday reiterated his commitment to meet every stakeholder in Jammu-Kashmir and resolve Kashmir crisis.
"Not just five times, if there is a need to come visit Kashmir 50 times in a year I shall come. Whatever efforts need to be made for bringing peace and prosperity I will do it," Rajnath Singh told reporters in Srinagar.
"I would like to talk to all the stakeholders, I have always said this. I am not here keeping any reservation in mind," he added.
"The situation (in Valley) is improving, I don't want to say it is better, but it much better than earlier," he said.
Rajnath Singh also appealed to tourists to come visit Kashmir and businesses to invest in the region. "To boost tourism, Centre will undertake a special promotional drive," he said.
On the special status granted to J and K under Article 35A, Rajnath Singh assured that the Centre would never take any step that would hurt the people's sentiments.
Rajnath also spoke about the permanent solution to Kashmir problem saying his outreach is based on Five Cs. "The Five Cs of HM's Kashmir outreach are 1-Compassion 2- Communication 3- Coexistence 4-Confidence Building & 5- Consistency," he said.
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh is on a four-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir in a bid to interact with the delegations from different sections of society there