Pandits in PIL say migrant camps are filled with diabetic patients

Jammu, Oct 9: Kashmiri Pandits living in migrant camps have filed a Public Interest Litigation in state high court which has been accepted and the court has asked government to respond to PIL in whic...

Jammu, Oct 9: Kashmiri Pandits living in migrant camps have filed a Public Interest Litigation in state high court which has been accepted and the court has asked government to respond to PIL in which they have stated that they are under threat of biological extinction.
 The division bench of J&K High at Jammu Wing Comprising Justice Virender Singh and Justice Y P Nargotra issued notice to Union of India through Secretary Health, New-Delhi, Chief Secretary J&K State, Secretary Health J&K State and Relief Commissioner Jammu to respond.
 Pandits in the PIL have submitted that diabetes threat whole of the migrants who are living in the camps and prayed before the Court for issuance direction to the respondents to treat on war footing the ever increasing prevalence of diabetes in the migrant Kashmiri Pandits and to take immediate preventive measures to stop the Kashmiri Pandits from getting biologically extinct from the realm of human species and for organizing medical camps treatment/ educate the Kashmiri Pandit community with respect to the steps to be taken to keep the malady under check and for commanding the respondents to have a complete data with respect to diabetes in the migrants and also issuance directions to the respondents to take steps to save the community from extinction as predicted by dibitologists. (JNF)    

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