Tahlka News Bureau
New Delhi: Centre has told Supreme Court that they won't talk on resolving kashmir peace with separatist leader or those who demand azaadi the centre told today on ongoing use of throwing stones.
SC told for resolving peace in Kashmir students should first stop throwing stones at security personnels on the street. They should go back to school and college to resume their studies
A Bench led by Chief Justice of India J.S. Khehar and comprising Justice D.Y. Chandrachud, asked the stakeholders in Kashmir to "take two steps back" as a resolution could be initiated only if there are no stones hurled and pellets fired on the streets of Kashmir.
Although, J&K High Court Bar Association countered that security forces enters schools and universities and beat up students.
"If they beat up the students, students will be on the streets. Throwing of stones is a reaction. The Centre has stopped talking to the people of Kashmir. The people want uninterrupted, unconditional and sincere dialogue," the Bar's counsel submitted.
"If you keep throwing stones and close schools, how will talks work out. You first talk. But if you are suggesting secession, nothing will happen. Talks should be within the framework of the Constitution," Chief Justice Khehar said.
The protest has began in the state after killing Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Burhan wani.
The Supreme Court has said it would direct the armed forces and police in the state to stop using pellet guns also asked to stop throwing stones.
The Court has been scheduled to May 9 as the date for Bar Association to talk to stake holders and to get back to it on the issues discussed today.