Central government plans crackdown on separatist leaders in J&K, to review Z category security
By NewsX Bureau
| Tuesday, September 6, 2016 - 22:42
New Delhi: As per reports, the central government is likely to plan a major crackdown on the separatist leaders living in Jammu and Kashmir.
Sources revealed that this was thought soon after the all- party delegation returned from Jammu and Kashmir. Home Minister Rajnath Singh who had led the all-party delegation to J&K gave the briefs to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday morning and later met some top leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party.
Ram Madhav, while addressing the media, said that a blueprint of action is being drawn for Jammu and Kashmir and that it will be discussed at the all-party meet on Wednesday.
As per reports, the government initiating a crackdown after the members of the Hurriyat Conference ignored individual members of the all-party delegation who tried to talk to them in Srinagar on Sunday.
Sources said the Centre’s action could include reviewing and scaling down the Z category security provided to some separatists leaders, who kept the gates of his Srinagar residence closed as the Left's Sitaram Yechury and other MPs attempted to meet him on Sunday.