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Rich tributes paid to Pt. Tika Lal
Ethnic cleansing of Pandits was a part of conspiracy of Islamic fundamentalists: MLC
9/13/2017 10:12:34 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Sept 13: The ethnic cleansing of Kashmiri Pandits was a part of a big conspiracy of Pan Islamic countries who wanted to convert J&K into a Islamic State.
This was stated by BJP MLC Surinder Ambardar while addressing a function in connection with observance of 27th martyrdom day of Tika Lal Taploo a senior K P leader and senior vice president of State BJP who on this day was eliminated by Pakistani terrorists in 1989.
The only fault of this great son of India was that he was a true nationalist who was a challenge for those forces who were raising fingers on States accession with India.
Ambardar while teaming Taploo an inspiration for younger generation said he became a victim of that conspiracy which was hatched by Islamic fundamentalists like Gulbadin Hikmatyar and Rubani in Afghanistan during late 80s.
He however exuded confidence that this sacrifice will not go waste and Pandits sill one day soon return to Kashmir as per their own terms and conditions.
Ambardar said present Government at Delhi led by Narendra Modi is serious about return of displaced Pandita.
He said though KPs are in minority in the Valley but entire nation celebrates accession day on October 26 showing solidarity with nationalist people of J&K.
The function was presided over by BJP State president Sat Sharma who while recalling services of Taploo said he served motherland selflessly.
Sharma said Taploo was a true nationalist who served country to his last breath.
He reiterated Pandits will definitely return Kashmir not only with honour and dignity but on their own terms and conditions while stressing unity in community.
BJP general secretary org Ashok Koul said right from 1931 Pandits saw upheavals in Kashmir but they withstood this all.
He said in 1947 we saw Kabali invasion , followed by clashes in 1967 while theorists of 1986 was a signal which culminated in terrorist attacks of 1989 and 90 leading to mass exodus of community.
He said not only in Kashmir but nationalist people in Jammu also fell victims of terrorist violence in Jammu region.
He exuded confidence that community wil return to Valley and that day is not far away.
MLC Ajay Bharti also spoke on the occasion and paid tributes to Taploo.
Chand Ji Bhat President BJP displaced district made welcome address while a film on Taploo was also released on the occasion.
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