Won't talk with separatists who demand 'azaadi': Centre to SC about dialogue on Kashmir unrest
NEW DELHI: The Centre told the Supreme Court today that it won't hold talks on resolving the unrest in Kashmir with separatist leaders or those people who demand 'azaadi'.
The Centre made this statement while the top court was hearing a petition filed by the Jammu and Kashmir Bar Association against the use of pellet guns.
The Association wants the Centre to hold talks with Hurriyat leaders. To that, the Centre told the court it will talk only to those persons who are legally permitted to hold talks on people's behalf.