Centre's Special Representative on J&K Dineshwar Sharma on Thursday called on state Governor N.N. Vohra and Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti here, an official statement said.
It said that Sharma, the Special Representative of the Government of India for the Dialogue in Jammu and Kashmir, who is currently visiting the State and meeting representatives of different sections of society, student organizations, political parties, social and religious groups etc, informed Vohra about his talks with various individuals and groups in the Valley and the major concerns which had been voiced by those he had met on his first visit to Kashmir.
"The Governor suggested that notwithstanding any initial reservations in some groups, he must sustain the Dialogue and hear one and all, particularly elements of the society who apparently held contrary convictions.
"In the evening, Sharma called on the Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti. The two exchanged views on the mission assigned to the special representative," it said, adding that the Chief Minister "hoped the sustained dialogue would help address the problems faced by the people with participation of everyone despite divergent viewpoints".
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