The activist also said she would no longer resort to 'indefinite fast' as an agitation tool.
She was here with her husband Desmond Coutinho to visit Pune-based NGO Sarhad, which works for rehabilitation of Kashmiri children.
"I will put emphasis on dialogue and will not use the tactic of fasting anymore," she said.
Asked if she would talk to the Centre or the state government to raise the issues of Kashmiri women, Sharmila said she won't approach any government, but meet the people of Kashmir Valley with a hope that the government will be moved by the people's movement.
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