Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Govt not serious to redress desires of displaced community

All India Kashmiri Pandit Conference (AIKPC) said that the govt. isn't serious to redress the short-term desires and necessities of the displaced community.

In a statement issued here by Hriday Nath Jatoo, president, AIKPC, said that even when 2 weeks not one commitment created by the Chief Minister to the Apex Committee has been fulfilled.

He said that CM within the meeting has declared that he can expedite the appointment of Kashmiri Pandit job aspirants, who are on the waiting list, increase the money help to the displaced Kashmiri Hindus and introduce the ordinance of the temple shrine bill.

He appealed all the leading KP organizations as well as Panun Kashmir to place their heads along and build a joint strategy on short term demands for mitigating the miseries of displaced Kashmiri Pandits.

AIKPC created a dedicated attractiveness to the complete Kashmiri Pandit community to chart out future course of action for settling in Kashmir with honour and dignity at an area where there are provided constitutional guarantees and safeguards.

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