KPC to fully support unity move in community

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Sept 11: Kashmiri Pandit Conference (KPC) in its meeting held at New Delhi today resolved to support any move of the community aimed at launching a unified and united struggle for restoration of rights.
The meeting which was chaired by the KPC chief Kundan Kashmiri appealed the community to come forward and unitedly fight for its rights and the land which the community has lost. He also urged them to display the spirit of the unity in observing the 27th Martyrs Day falling on September 14 by paying tributes to Tika Lal Taploo and other hundreds of community martyrs and observing the Day as Black Day after switching off the lights of house and commercial establishments in the evening followed by prayers at respective locations for the martyrs and security forces who laid down their lives in J&K while fighting terrorism in last 27 years.

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