The Government of India is likely to convene an all-party meet on Kashmir next week to discuss Jammu and Kashmir.
Reliable sources told a local news agency, Kashmir Dot Com (KDC) that the meeting will discuss the way forward for Jammu and Kashmir as it is being understood by Delhi that time has come to resume the political process and to take a review of the decisions of 5 August 2019.
The center and the political leadership in Jammu and Kashmir are at loggerheads over the downgrading of State of Jammu and Kashmir to Union Territory. While mainstream political parties in Kashmir are willing to contest elections after restoration of statehood, some newly formed political groups and centre are of the opinion that statehood should be restored through a resolution in legislative assembly post elections.
They said it is going to be the first-ever all-party meeting between the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and leadership of Jammu and Kashmir since the abrogation of special status of Jammu and Kashmir on 5 August 2019.
After holding a series of discussions through back channels, Delhi has now thought to make the things public, and likely convene the meeting on 24 or 25 June of this month, which will be presided by Prime Minister Modi. (KDC)