KPs stage protest at Jantar Mantar

Members of All Parties Migrants Coordination Committee, a body of displaced Kashmiri Pandits, today staged a protest at Jantar Mantar here to express solidarity with the government employees from the community who have returned from Kashmir Valley in the wake of violence.
KPs stage protest at Jantar Mantar
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Members of All Parties Migrants Coordination Committee, a body of displaced Kashmiri Pandits, today staged a protest at Jantar Mantar here to express solidarity with the government employees from the community who have returned from Kashmir Valley in the wake of violence.

"Separatists are calling the shots after violence erupted in Kashmir on July 8 following Burhan Wani's killing… Kashmiri Hindus in the Valley have been forced to leave their homes," Ravinder Pandita, the chief of APMCC Delhi-NCR, told reporters.

"The situation in Kashmir is grave and the government should not remain a silent spectator. Isn't it ashamed that Kashmiri Pandits are in exile for last 27 years?" Manish Zijoo, a protester said.

The protesters also submitted a memorandum of demands at the offices of the Prime Minister and the Home Minister.

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