Centre for 'quite dialogue'

He said the state government had taken several steps, including a new surrender policy, providing compensation for those killed and injured and schemes for the creation of jobs.

“From the day one I have favoured a quiet dialogue with all sections of opinion, all groups, all political parties,”  he said, while answering a query whether Centre would hold talks with the separatist.

“I continue to meet leaders of different groups and political parties,” he said, but admitted that “there has been some interruption in the process... I do not deny that.” He disagreed with a suggestion that separatist’ writ was running in the state. “I don’t agree with you that the writ of the separatist is running,” he said.

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