As curfew and shutdown continue to paralyse the Kashmir Valley, a joint opposition delegation from the state led by National Conference (NC) chief Omar Abdullah will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday to find a solution to the crisis.

On Saturday, the former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Abdullah led a delegation of opposition lawmakers to meet President Pranab Mukherjee and urged him to ask the Centre to handle the situation in the Kashmir valley politically and not administratively.

Kashmir Valley has been under curfew for 44 days after widespread violence following the death of Hizbul terrorist Burhan Wani.

The government on Saturday appealed to the people of the Valley to shun the path of confrontation and join the path of progress.