"You need to differentiate between people who really want to restore peace and normalcy in the state and those people who have made it a business to keep the valley on fire. So we have to distinguish between the two," she told reporters here.
She said majority of the people in the state want to restore peace and want development and progress.
"But there is a section of people who have themselves accepted that they get money and use money to disrupt peace and tranquillity of the state. So there is a law of the land which will deal with it accordingly," she said.
Asked about rethink on the way her government engages with stakeholders, she said, "You can't see everybody through same glasses. There are people who want peace with dignity and honour, there are people who want to disrupt peace. We have to differentiate between the two."
On stone pelting, she said both states and centre are dealing with the situation. "Situation is improving day by day."
On the ICJ judgement on Jadhav, she said it is a great relief for the country. "One life saved is a great thing.
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