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.
First Published | 6 September 2016 8:32 PM