Monday, February 27, 2012

Government totally ignoring displaced Pandits

Kashmiri Pandit Conference (KPC) has accused the government of ignoring the displaced Pandits totally and said that the community, which is living in exile for over last 20 years has a sordid tale of total neglect.

Highlighting the problems of the community, which has been the main victim of Pak sponsored terrorism, president KPC, Kundan Kashmiri at a meeting here today demanded constitution of a Commission of Enquiry to probe the mass exodus of KPs, selective killing of innocent members of the community, loot and arson of their property. He further demanded that KPs Shrine and Temple Bill be passed in the present session of State Legislature. Besides KPs participation should be made mandatory in all nature of dialogues related to Kashmir issue, grant of age relaxation to KP youths and construction of shops at Jagti township and other camps also needs urgent attention.

Stressing on the consolidated rehabilitation of displaced Pandits in Kashmir Valley with complete writ of Indian constitution Kundan Kashmiri said it is the only solution of KPs problems. He said that KPs return to their previous locations in Valley is impossible in view of changed mind set of the people there as majority community rejected co-existence in 1989-90 by forcing the community to leave their homes and hearths.

Highlighting the problems of KP youth, Kundan Kashmiri said that almost four years have now elapsed when Prime Minister declared employment package for 6000 posts for displaced community but till now hardly around 1500 posts were filled and rest were deliberately delayed on the one or the other pretext. If government goes by this process it will take next 10 to 15 years to fill up these posts, till then KP youth for whom the package was announced will become over aged, he added.

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