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Condemnation of selective killings is a ritual not enough, Kashmir society needs to oppose: Chrungoo
10/8/2021 11:15:29 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Oct 8: "Condemnation of selective killings in Kashmir valley has become a simple ritual and is not enough, the Kashmir society needs to oppose terrorism and stand up against the ethnic cleansing of Minority Hindus and Sikhs from Kashmir. In absence of such a stand and position by the society in Kashmir, it will be deemed that it has silent connivance with the genocide against minorities in Kashmir", said Ashwani Kumar Chrungoo, senior BJP and KP leader and Incharge, Deptt of Political Feedback, J&K-BJP.
There can't be more a cruel method of killing the minorities when they are asked to identify themselves and taken out of queue and killed in the broad daylight in the institution that they serve. The irony is that there was no one in the premises to confront the killers who expressed their intent of killings by taking away the victims, one Sikh woman and the other Hindu young man. It speaks volumes about breach in security environment and brittle social responsibility. It brings to the fore that the minorities in Kashmir valley are an unfortunate orphan in case the administration fails in its duties to protect them. The idea of a goodwill in favour of minorities has been since buried deep in the valley.
In addition to this, the statement of the Huriyat has added salt to the injury by justifying the killings when it said that, 'such brutal killings are the norm in J&K for the last more than three decades and thousands of Kashmiris have been killed in this causal manner with impunity, with no consequence for the killers. When militarisation to repress is pursued as a state policy to handle a live and lingering conflict, rather than seeking conflict resolution, bloodshed and loss of precious human lives is the consequence'. Such a pattern statement is more injurious than the injury caused to the psyche of the minority communities by the selective killings in the valley.
"APHC and all of their ilk need to note that Kashmir is a settled issue and nothing will be allowed to be done to unsettle the settled issue. The current terror spree against minorities in the valley is a clear endorsement of the fact that the so-called movement in Kashmir is actually a religiously fundamentalist movement to cleanse Kashmir of its minorities like 1989-90", said Chrungoo, "the designs of Pakistan will never be allowed to succeed in Kashmir".
The government should ensure safety and security of minorities in the valley. It should also, through a decree, declare all sales and purchases of the Hindu and Sikh properties during the last thirty years as "null and void" ab initio without referring the matter to any administrative panel or judicial platform. It is also time to ensure political representation to the Hindu and Sikh communities in the J&K Assembly and Parliament in order to politically empower the minority communities in the valley, added the KP leader.
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