Some stern action may be taken against separatist leaders in the valley
New Delhi: The central government may take some serious measures , including cancellation of passport , against the separatist leaders in Kashmir as the Muslim religious leaders too have disapproved some of their utterances and actions in the recent past.
Strangely, these leaders have been provided a lot of facilities such as Z security cover which may be also withdrawn. Their bank accounts and source of funding are also under the radar.
The future strategy is likely to be finalised after ascertaining the views of leaders of different parties who had gone to the valley to study the situation and suggest ways and means to wriggle out of it.
The all-party team is understood to have also gone against them because some of them refused to meet them. One of them did not even open the door after knocking.
Religious Muslim leaders had met Home Minister Rajnath Singh here on Tuesday and spoken against those who raise pro-Pakistan and anti-India slogans in Kashmir. They might have pointed finger towards some of the separatist leaders.
The all-party delegation visited the valley for two days, Sunday and Monday, and has returned to the union capital. Members of the delegation included Sitaram Yechuri (CPM), Sharad Yadav ( JD-U), D. Raja (CPI) and Jayprakash Narayan (RJD).