Homeland struggle to be taken to logical conclusion: PK

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Dec 28: Panun Kashmir conducted a meeting of its Political Affairs Committee under the chairmanship of Prof ML Raina, Chairman of the Committee, here today. Ashwani Kumar Chrungoo, President, Panun Kashmir, Virender Raina, National Spokesperson, Kamal Bagati, General Secretary (Organisation), Virender Kaul, Organizing Secretary, NM Gadroo, Treasurer, Vijay Qazi, Secretary, Surinder Kaul, Secretary, PK Bhan, Kewal Kaul, Ashok Chrungoo and Sameer Bhat, Convener, Panun Kashmir Youth attended the meeting.
The meeting discussed the Margdarshan Resolution in the present context of the socio-political scenario of the State.
The members present took a pledge to take the Homeland struggle forward and stop not till the goal is realized.
Chrungoo in his speech said that the Homeland Resolution passed twenty six years back paved the way for struggle in exile for the displaced community of Kashmiri Pandits.
He said, the basic demand of Homeland coupled with the context given in the Resolution are as important and relevant today as they were on the day the Resolution was passed.
The community and the nation have given a large number of sacrifices in the State of Jammu & Kashmir since the passing of the Resolution.
He also acknowledged the exemplary role played by the Army and security forces in Kashmir and praised Jammu and Kashmir police in this connection.
“There are various issues of high priority for the community and the issue of survival cannot be overlooked. The Government needs to take the issues pertaining to the one time compensation for the over-aged youth very seriously. There should not be any further delay in the recruitment process of the declared 4,000 jobs under the PM’s employment package,” Chrungoo expressed.
Prof ML Raina in his address said that the struggle for passage of the Temples and Shrines Bill has a multi-dimensional meaning, adding the situation in Kashmir has completely changed and there is a visible atmosphere of Islamic radicalization in Kashmir.
Virender Raina said that there is a need to involve more and more young people in the struggle in exile.


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