Interlocutors report a cruel joke with KPs: PK
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, May 26: Panun Kashmir has said that the report presented by the centre appointed interlocutors is a cruel joke with the displaced Kashmiri Pandit migrants.
A meeting of the organization was convened under the chairmanship of its President Vijay Bhat to take stock of the prevailing political situation in the state in the light of the much hyped Interlocutors’ report, made public by the government.
“This report was a crude joke with the geo political aspirations of the Kashmiri Pandit community”, Bhat said adding that the report is liable to be out rightly rejected as being totally apathetic and unconcerned about the genocide of Kashmiri Pandits.
Bhat said that even after the exodus of the community, their religious, cultural and historical signs are under a diabolical design being destroyed, usurped and encroached upon in Kashmir which the interlocutors are reportedly in know of but have conveniently and deliberately ignored in the report.
Sanjay Dattatareya, National co-ordinator said that the panel failed to come out with a firm and cogent suggestions in respect of the aspirations of the community.
He further said that reviewing central laws and their applicability to the state after 1952 as recommended by the Inoculators, was nothing but endorsing and encouraging the elements which were hell bent upon widening the gulf between the state and the Union of India.
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