NEW DELHI, June 23: Kashmiri Pandit Conference (KPC) has cautioned the Union Government’s proposed move to open the Nepal route for return of Pak trained militants.
In its memorandum to Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh today KPC Chief Kundan Kashmiri requested him to reject the proposal of J&K government for allowing the trained militants to return to Kashmir via Nepal route under the policy and procedure for rehabilitation of misguided youths announced by NC—Congress regime in 2010. The memorandum while opposing the, move said it would not be in the interest of overall security of the country.
In its communication KPC highlighted that as per the report of J&K Government a huge number of 4587 youths have crossed to POK—Pakistan from Jan,1989 to December,2009 and out of them so for 489 have returned to Valley along with their families including a huge number children. If all these trained militants will be allowed to return via proposed Nepal and other approved routs under rehabilitation policy, the number of these trained militants would be very high including their highly motivated wives and children, which could prove dangerous for the security of the country in general and State in particular.
KPC Chief further mentioned in the letter that changing these highly motivated trained militants is very difficult and that too under the atmosphere of hate—Hindu, hate—India and in radicalized situation of the Kashmir Valley.
Kashmiri also requested Home Minister of India to reject in toto the red carpet treatment for these trained militants under the rehabilitation policy and procedure announced by NC—Congress Government six years back and deal all these militants under strict law of land- He also requested Home Minister of India for initiating steps for setting up of Sainik Colony and consolidated rehabilitation of displaced KPs at the land of Kashyap in Kashmir Valley, with in the ambit of Indian Constitution.