Government camouflaging real issues of exiled Pandits: PK

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, June 28: Accusing the Government of camouflaging the real issues of genocide and exodus Panun Kashmir today said the new policy of rehabilitation is another gameplan to push the community in a state of perpetual silence and to break their resolve to live as the free citizens of largest democracy of the world.
The PK president, Vijay Bhat said since last two decades after the exodus and genocide of KPs from Kashmir the polity of the state has set in a process the cultural genocide of KPs. The historical and civilizational ethos of Kashmir is under a constant siege to which the state of India is mute spectator, he added.
He said if the geo-political rights of minorities in India, the people of all regions of the state are talked about and recognised day in and day out why the worst sufferers of terrorism, communalism, genocide and exodus are forsaken by those who are at the helm of affairs.
Bhat, while referring to judgment of NHRC declaring that acts akin to genocide have been perpetuated against the KPs said this makes a strong case for their comprehensive geo-political settlement. Strongly defending the Margdarshan resolution which advocates for creation of a separate homeland within Valley for seven lakh Pandits with free flow of Indian Constitution he said it is not the demand for Azadi, greater autonomy or self-rule proposition seeking to weaken the territorial and Constitutional integrity of India. The Margdarshan resolution is an instrument, which guarantees the continuous survival of KPs for generations to come with honour and dignity, he added.
While outright rejecting the package he said no amount of monetary allurement will deviate the exiled KPs from the cause of separate homeland and can never induce the community to betray their martyrs and sell future of their progeny.


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