The Separatists Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik on Tuesday said that if, “Government of India gives clarity on what it wants to talk about and speak in one language,” they are ready to hold a dialogue with the centre.
“Any effort that GOI makes in this direction will find takers in Kashmir and Pakistan. Let GOI give clarity on what it wants to talk about and speak in one Language we are ready to join the process,” they said.
The Separatists said that the statements made by different people involved in the affairs in New Delhi claiming “talks” over the last few days have been unclear and ambiguous.
The ambiguity barely leaves room to take the talks seriously or with a purpose to warrant a response.
Hurriyat wants to once again reiterate its stand. The separatist leadership had shut their doors when India had sent interlocutors for a dialogue in 2016.
The leaders had also rejected talks in 2017 claiming that India has to first accept Kashmir as a dispute.
The anticipatory move by Hurriyat, however, is being welcomed by many hoping to put an end to the ongoing bloodshed in Kashmir.