JAMMU, Jan 10: KPC in meeting at New Delhi today expressed annoyance and un–happiness over false claim and prediction of former Finance Minister Yashwant Sinha who led five members panel to J&K, that Kashmir would witness bad situation in coming years if Government of India fails to address the ground realities in the Valley.
Kundan Kashmiri, KPC Chief stated that it is an exaggerated statement and report submitted by the panel seems only to appease the separatists and discrediting the security agencies which are working hard to keep peace in Kashmir. He also said Yashwant Sinha led panel is talking in the language of separatists and has made an attempt to intimidate the BJP government at the center to hold talks with the Pakistan backed separatists and terrorists, who burnt and destroyed whole Kashmir, hounded out lakhs of Kashmiri Pandits and other nationalist forces from the Valley.
He also said, soon after Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken over the reins of the country, has made it clear that talks cannot be held with the people who claim that Kashmir is a dispute and are pursuing Pakistan’s agenda in J&K. He has made it amply clear that J&K is an integral part of India and no power on earth can snatch J&K from India.
Kundan Kashmiri further stated that our security forces are competent enough to handle any kind of situation and termed the report submitted by the 5-member panel as an attempt to give “credence to Pakistan and separatists” who have waged a war against India and to demolish security forces and writ of Indian nation over the State, so this panel had no mandate to hold talks with the separatists and the so-called members of the civil society who dance at the tunes of their bosses sitting across the Line of Control
KPC chief said, much talks have held over this issue so for with Pakistan and separatists, but of no use, therefore, Govt. of India should not accept this report at all and carry on with its policy to crush the terrorists and separatists in Kashmir which can only bring everlasting peace in the State.