'KPs should return'
Srinagar, Feb 20: Extending greetings to Kashmiri Pandits on the occasion of Herath, the chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front Muhammad Yaseen Malik said Kashmiri Pandits were the part and parcel of Kashmiri culture.
Malik was interacting with the Kashmiri Pandits residing at Sheikhpora in Budgam in central Kashmir on the festival of Shivratari on Monday.
Felicitating Kashmiri Pandits, Malik said, “The minorities living in Jammu Kashmir are our valuable asset and it is our religious, moral and human responsibility to provide protection to their life, honour and property. Their joys are joys and their sorrows our sorrow. We have come here on the occasion of Shivratari to share joyful moments with you. We wish all the Kashmiri Pandits return to Valley as soon as possible and live with us as they used to in the past. ”
Malik was accompanied by Showkat Ahmad Bakhshi, Mir Muhammad Zaman, Javid Ahmad Zargar, Sheikh Abdul Rashid, Ashraf bin Salam, Prof Javid Ahmad and Peer Abdul Rashid.
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