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Manmohan Singh presides over Congress review of Kashmir crisis

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Former prime minister Dr. on Saturday presided over a Party review meeting of the current crisis in

The meeting of the policy planning group constituted by president took place at Singh's residence.

Parliamentary Affairs Committee (PCC) head Ghulam Ahmad Mir and senior party leader attended the meeting.

"All members were present at the meeting except P. Chidambaram as he had some work In Tamil Nadu. Everybody put their opinion freely and frankly. We also expressed grave concern over the current situation in We will again call a meeting," leader told ANI.

Reiterating vice-president Rahul Gandhi's assertion, she further said that

all that was done by the had been washed away.

"There is long history of initiatives taken at different levels by the under the leadership," she added.

The Kashmir is witnessing unprovoked firing, ceasefire violation and incidents of stone pelting in recent times.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Manmohan Singh presides over Congress review of Kashmir crisis

Former prime minister Dr. manmohan Singh on Saturday presided over a Congress Party review meeting of the current crisis in Jammu and Kashmir.The meeting of the policy planning group constituted by Congress president Sonia Gandhi took place at Singh's residence.Jammu and Kashmir Congress Parliamentary Affairs Committee (PCC) head Ghulam Ahmad Mir and senior party leader Ambika Soni attended the meeting."All members were present at the meeting except P. Chidambaram as he had some work In Tamil Nadu. Everybody put their opinion freely and frankly. We also expressed grave concern over the current situation in Jammu and Kashmir. We will again call a meeting," Congress leader Ambika Soni told ANI.Reiterating Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi's assertion, she further said thatall that was done by the UPA government had been washed away."There is long history of initiatives taken at different levels by the UPA government under the Congress leadership," she added.The Kashmir is witnessing ...

Former prime minister Dr. on Saturday presided over a Party review meeting of the current crisis in

The meeting of the policy planning group constituted by president took place at Singh's residence.

Parliamentary Affairs Committee (PCC) head Ghulam Ahmad Mir and senior party leader attended the meeting.

"All members were present at the meeting except P. Chidambaram as he had some work In Tamil Nadu. Everybody put their opinion freely and frankly. We also expressed grave concern over the current situation in We will again call a meeting," leader told ANI.

Reiterating vice-president Rahul Gandhi's assertion, she further said that

all that was done by the had been washed away.

"There is long history of initiatives taken at different levels by the under the leadership," she added.

The Kashmir is witnessing unprovoked firing, ceasefire violation and incidents of stone pelting in recent times.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Manmohan Singh presides over Congress review of Kashmir crisis

Former prime minister Dr. on Saturday presided over a Party review meeting of the current crisis in

The meeting of the policy planning group constituted by president took place at Singh's residence.

Parliamentary Affairs Committee (PCC) head Ghulam Ahmad Mir and senior party leader attended the meeting.

"All members were present at the meeting except P. Chidambaram as he had some work In Tamil Nadu. Everybody put their opinion freely and frankly. We also expressed grave concern over the current situation in We will again call a meeting," leader told ANI.

Reiterating vice-president Rahul Gandhi's assertion, she further said that

all that was done by the had been washed away.

"There is long history of initiatives taken at different levels by the under the leadership," she added.

The Kashmir is witnessing unprovoked firing, ceasefire violation and incidents of stone pelting in recent times.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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