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Centre toeing separatists line
11/24/2017 11:29:29 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Nov 24: BJP led NDA Government's U- turn on setting up composite township for displaced Kashmir Hindus in Kashmir Valley has evoked strong reaction from displaced community living in different areas of Jammu, Delhi and other parts of the country.
During interaction of Centre's Special Representative with various delegations of displaced Kashmiri Pandits at Jagti township in the outskirts of Jammu at Nagrota, all the delegations expressed their anger against BJP government's "betrayal" and warned that by ruling out composite township for displaced Kashmiri Hindu in the Valley, the BJP led NDA government has succumbed to the pressure of separatists and other Jihadi forces. They sought to draw attention of Dineshwar Sharma's towards statements of Hurriyat leaders and other terrorist outfits, who had opposed composite township for Kashmiri Pandits and said that Centre was singing in the tone of Hurriyat and other separatist groups on compositive township issue.
As reported, the Union government has no plan to set up composite townships for displaced Kashmiri Pandits in the Valley, according to an RTI reply. The Union home ministry's reply came in response to a query on the matter by social worker Rohit Choudhary. Ram Krishna Swarnakar, director in the home ministry, said, "This ministry doesn't have any plan to set up composite townships for displaced Kashmiri Pandit migrants."
On the measures taken for the return and rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits in the Valley, Swarnakar said: "It is advised to you to seek the information directly from the state government of J&K".
Kashmiri Pandits have been demanding the setting up of the townships for their rehabilitation in the Valley.
The RTI reply has come to light on a day the Centre's special representative Dineshwar Sharma was to visit Jammu and Kashmir for his second trip to the state. Sharma is expected to visit migrant camps in Jammu and in the Valley, and listen to their problems.
He met Kashmiri Pandit representatives during his first visit to Kashmir earlier this month and discussed roadmap for their return and rehabilitation. The Pandits had demanded the setting up of a Welfare Board for the community.
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