The group - comprising academicians, lawyers, entrepreneurs, IT professionals and students - had met on Sunday to discuss the prevalent situation in Jammu and Kashmir. It comprised individuals drawn from the both Muslim and Pandit communities of Kashmir.
Satish Mahaldar, a Kashmiri activist, said that the interaction was a follow-up of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's statement in which he had said that each Kashmiri needs to be hugged.
"Our aim is to have interactions between the two communities. Much has been lost in these 30 years and if such efforts are not made now, Kashmiris as a whole will be doomed," said Mahaldar.
The group discussed upon the need to increase interaction among various communities from Kashmir in order to tide over the situation post abrogation of Article 370. It emerged during the course of the discussions that there is a feeling of loss of identity among Kashmiris which requires to be addressed.