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Nothing changed for victimized KPs in last three decades: KPC
10/15/2019 10:31:24 PM
Early Times Report
jammu, Oct 15: Nothing has changed for victimized Kashmiri Pandits for the last 30 years, said Kashmiri Pandit Conference (KPC) in a meeting held at New Delhi today.
Neither responsible anti--national elements prosecuted who made Kashmiri Pandits homeless nor killers of victim KPs punished for their barbaric acts Not any judicial inquiry conducted about the forced exodus, ethnic cleansings and killings of Kashmiri Pandits during the turmoil, so far, despite of repeated request made by the victim KP community time to time.
Kundan Kashmiri, President KPC stated that Government of India has failed Kashmiri Pandits, who are the aborigines of Kashmir valley as they are still living as refugees in their own country as no substantial measures were taken till date for the meaningful return of Kashmiri Pandits to the valley as per their wishes and aspirations.
He again reminded the centre government that the Kashmiri Hindus are in 30th year of their exile and there are still no answers about their forced exodus, killings, the human rights violations and justice for them.
He said that KPs want to know how long they have to wait, to be ignored, isolated and have to be away from their fundamental rights. Neither national and international human rights organizations nor judiciary as well as centre government has taken serious view of KP community's problems faced by them for the last 30 years.
KPC leaders and activists which include, Kundan Kashmiri, Dr HL Saraf, MK Raina, Tej Pandita, Susheel Bhat and RL Raina, Rajender Dhar, Surender Bhat and others appealed J&K administration and Modi Government to mitigate their problem of KPs, consider their demand of one place settlement in the valley and heal their wounds which inflicted up them by separatists, fundamentalists as well as by appeasing policies of the previous state and centre governments.
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