Jammu: After the Jammu and Kashmir interlocutors' report was made public on Thursday, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said he would comment on it only after discussions with senior colleagues.

'Dear friends in the media I will not be reacting to the interlocutors report for the time being. Will let you know if I'm ready to,' Abdullah tweeted on micro-blogging site Twitter.

'Will take a few days to examine the report, discuss it with senior colleague; and then react. Thanks for your patience,' the tweet added.

The report, which was submitted to Home Minister P. Chidambaram in October 2011, has been uploaded on the website of the Ministry of Home Affairs.

Abdullah had been demanding that the report be made public.

According to the report, a constitutional committee should review all central laws extended to Jammu and Kashmir and accord permanency to article 370 of the constitution that grants the state special status.


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