Valley incomplete without KPs: Shabir Shah
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Jan 11: Democratic Freedom Party Shabir Ahmad Shah Friday today reiterated his stand that Kashmir was incomplete with Kashmiri Pandits, who were living in exile.
Interacting with the members of JK Thinkers Forum, here today, Shah said that Kashmir issue was a cause of concern for not only people of one region but for the entire state of Jammu and Kashmir and people have to work unitedly to find an amicable solution to the issue.
Referring to the problems being faced by Kashmiri migrants, Shah said: “We did not have any differences, our culture, our language and other characters were same in every respect and we are of firm belief that we are incomplete without each other”.
He appealed to the Pandits who have left valley to return back and add “Value to the paradise on earth.”
“Pandits were flown out of the Valley under a deep rooted conspiracy. The communication gap has to be reduced and we have live in harmony”, he told the gathering.
Chairman JKTF Kuldeep Pandita, Comarade Mohan Lal, Janki Nath Kaul, M K Tikoo, Aryal Wali among others were present.
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