Return to Kashmir: APSCC to Pandits
Srinagar, May 22: Hailing the gesture and initiative of Kashmiri Pandits for doing Hawan to bring peace in J&K, All Parties Sikh Coordination Committee today urged the Pandits to return to their homeland.
“Without Pandits, Kashmiriat is incomplete. Not only Sikhs want them to return, but separatist including Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Yaseen Malik, Shabir Shah, Nayeem Khan and other have been visiting migrant camps in Jammu urging them (Pandits) to come back. Even United Jehad Council chief, Syed Salah-ud-Din has appealed them to return to their native places,” APSCC chairman, Jagmohan Singh Raina said in a statement.
He added that every peace loving Kashmiri had been urging the Kashmiri Pandits time and again to come back with honour.
Raina warned the elements to stop anti-Kashmir propaganda across India and abroad, which, according to him was the basic root cause of uncertainty among the people of Kashmir.
He urged the people from all faiths and especially the Pundits to play their role in rebuilding the economy and the educational system of the Kashmir and also in resolving all disputes related to Kashmir.
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