The centre must be sincere enough to get to the bottom of why the unrest in the Kashmir Valley has stretched for over a month and try to find out who are the provocateurs, said the Shive Sena on Friday.
Welcoming the holding of an all party meeting on the issue, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said, "Whatever outcome we will get after all party meeting, further discussion and decision will be taken Kashmir.
All party delegation will also visit there and will make the people of Kashmir understand that why the situation is deteriorated over there."
"The government and the army have to take action, no matter what one may say. The way Pakistan is interfering in Kashmir, the portion of Kashmir that is still left with us is just because of the power of our army and the gun," he added.
An all-party meeting on the situation in the Kashmir Valley is being held today, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also expected to attend.
Curfew has been imposed in Kashmir Valley after Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani was encountered on July 8.
At least 47 people have died and around 5,500 people, including 3,000 security personnel, have also been injured in the violence that rocked the Valley.
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