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Not engaging with separatists will help none!

By Arif Bashir

It is interesting to note that before India’s Attorney General’s submission before the SC, J&K’s Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti, after meeting Prime Minister, Narindra Modi in Delhi, had said that Modi was not averse to dialogue with all stake-holders.

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