Don’t give nod to joint management proposal: Dudha to Omar
Gandhi College Controversy
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 4: Terming the reported assurance by Government of Jammu and Kashmir and some specific senior politicians and ministers of Jammu and Kashmir Government for a proposed joint management committee for management and control of Gandhi Memorial College, Srinagar as inimical to the interests of Pandits, PDF’s Political secretary Shiban Dudha on Wednesday appealed to the Chief Minister Omar Abdullah to refrain from giving nod to any such move.
“It will destroy the umbilical chord relation between Pandit community and Kashmir,” Dudha said in a statement.
He asked the entire civil society of Kashmir especially Hurriyat leaders to come forward to resist the government and land mafia from such proposed action.
Terming the development as unfortunate, Dudha said that the strong land mafia and its close nexus with a section of some political families of Kashmir and some Kashmiri Pandits has again surfaced and penetrated deep in the governance and despite strong laws against illegal taking over of properties of Trusts, societies, shrines and educational institutions owned by Pandits ,the illegal transfers of properties regularly takes place.
When this mafia is posed deterrence by prevailing laws, a new shortcut has been discovered by the mafia to circumvent the law by entering into the management of Gandhi Memorial College in collusion with some Kashmiri Pandits and legitimizing the nefarious action by dragging Government in it.
Dudha warned that if such move goes ahead it will not only expose the Government of its shenanigans regarding securing the Pandit properties, religious places and educational institutions but will also shred the umbilical chord of Pandit community with Kashmir into pieces. Such moves will finish the sense of belonging of Pandits to valley and the community will have one day nothing to return for.
Lastupdate on : Wed, 4 Apr 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
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