JAMMU, Mar 4: Youth All India Kashmiri Samaj (YAIKS) today asserted that Islamic terrorists responsible for selective and targeted killings of Minority Pandits in Valley can’t deter the community from return and rehabilitation in their motherland.
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Addressing a press conference here, today, YAIKS president, R K Bhat made it clear that no power on earth can stop the Pandits return and rehabilitation in their motherland -Kashmir.
Bhat along with core group members of his organisation including Sanjay Ganjoo, Sanjay Raina, Ajay Pandita, Kamal Tak, Vinod Bhat, Ravinder Sharma, Sagar Pandita, Tej Krishna, Vishal Dhar, Suresh Bhat, Reshab, Lovely Bhan, Suman Pandita, Shakuntala Bhat, Ruhi Nazar, Renu Raina, Poonam and senior leader D N Bhat demanded fool proof security for the minorities living in Kashmir.
Bhat said “It would help if Kashmiri Muslims would be more cooperative and sensitive to our pain and not just simply issue statements and do their business as usual especially when our lives have been turned into hell. Our point of view is that we should not deflect the true blame to Pakistan and their sympathisers.
The real custodian of ensuring the safety and security of miniscule KP, population in the Valley are the majority community and they have to ensure it to maintain the real Kashmiriyat’’, he added.
“The Kashmiriyat is meaningless until and unless Kashmiris civil society, political leaders and religious preachers publically and consistently denounce killings of KPs’. Time has come when they should come openly and boldly to speak against minorities’ killings, the time for mere condemnation has gone and the onus lies on their shoulders besides the security forces,’’ he added.
“We hope the process of delimitation and new arrangements should make Pandits politically empowered. We demand the formation of Apex Committee of KPs headed by Home Minister to discuss short term and long term issues’’, he said.
“At this crucial time when our own people are again being killed, we have to rise above party lines, personal interests and affiliations and to form a Joint Action Committee of all KP organisations globally and work for comprehensive rehabilitation of the entire community’’. The community needs to be united for dignified return to our Motherland—Kashmir’.