Consensus achieved: J&K interlocutors

After the end of two-day Round Table Conference, government-appointed interlocutors on Tuesday said that "consensus" has been achieved, and they have got a long list of "concrete recommendations" on Jammu and Kashmir.

Updated: Jul 12, 2011, 23:57 PM IST

Jammu: After the end of two-day Round Table
Conference, government-appointed interlocutors on Tuesday said that
"consensus" has been achieved, and they have got a long list
of "concrete recommendations" on Jammu and Kashmir.

"Consensus has been achieved. They (members of RTC)
have given us long list of very concrete recommendations," a
member of the Panel of Interlocutors, Prof Radha Kumar told
reporters after the conclusion of the 2-day long RTC here this
evening.

Replying to a question whether any solution has
emerged from three Round Table Conferences (RTCs) in Srinagar
and Jammu, she said "slowly and steadily commonalities are
emerging".

"I am very satisfied (with outcome of the RTC). We were
very happy to hear award wining poets, writers, theatre
personalities of J&K", she said.

Prof Kumar, who took part in RTC along with head of
the panel Deleep Pagaonkar and MM Ansari, said "they have
given us lot of recommendations. I Have taken three file full
of notes (concerning recommendations on J&K)".

A document of recommendations based on inputs given by
the participants will be formulated and submitted to the
Centre, they said.

The two-day round table conference discussed plurality in
the state, challenges to pluralism and political dimensions of
multi-ethnicity in J&K.

PTI