A delegation of Parliament members is arriving in Srinagar on August 9 to have firsthand information about the situation arisen in the valley after the killing of militant commander, Burhan Wani on July 8.
Kashmir is reeling under curfew and complete shutdown ever since the killing of Burhan, and massive protests are being held at nook and corner of the valley.
Around 60 persons have lost their lives so far and 6000 sustained injuries in the ongoing uprising.
Sources however said that BJP and Congress MPs will not be a part of the delegation.
Pertinently, Parliament had sent its delegation to Kashmir in 2010 when massive protests were held and 120 youth, mostly students were killed at the hands of police and forces.
The BJP members of the said delegation had boycotted separatist leaders.