KPs demand opening of Shardha Peeth temple in PaK
Islamabad (Anantnag), Oct 2: Members of Katyani Mata Prabandak Committee (KMPC, south Kashmir) on Sunday staged a protest here against what they termed as government’s failure to implement 6 point charter of demands of All Parties Migration Coordination Committee (APMCC).
The APMCC, Chairman, Vinod Pandit threatened to go on a indefinite strike from October, 7 if the union government failed to declare time frame for initiating process of considering 6 point charter of demands of APMCC which include, dialogue with Pakistan for facilitating visit to Sharddha Peeth in Pakistan administered Kashmir ( PaK), Probe into the multi-crore temples/ shrines land encroachment in valley, passing of the pending temples and shrines bill in the Legislative Assembly, one time compensation for over aged migrant youth, special employment package for non migrant Hindus of Kashmir valley and establishment of Shardha Peeth University in Kashmir.
This morning activists of a Pandit organization, KMPC gathered outside the of Deputy Commissioner at Lal Chowk here in south Kashmir demanding that the government should look into the 6 point charter of demands put forth by APMCC.
Addressing the gathering, the President of the KMPC, Ramesh Singh Jamwal said that they have come to support Vinod Pandit in his struggle to save the cultural and religious heritage of Kashmiri Hindus as well as seeking relief package for the valley based Hindus and facilitating pilgrimage to Mata Shardha temple in PAK. He said that the charter of demands presented by APMCC was the crux of all the major demands of the Kashmiri Hindus and the government must assure the minorities that their demands would be met.
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