JAMMU, APR 26:
Panun Kashmir organised a Citizens meet today in the spiritual city of Nasik-Maharashtra. Shri Ashwani Kumar Chrungoo, President, Panun Kashmir, who is on a two-week “Kashmir Sankalp Yatra” Phase-6 programme, concluded the three city tour of Mumbai-Nasik-Trambakeshwar today. He thanked the people of Maharashtra and Gujarat for their sympathy, hospitality and encouragement that they have exhibited all these decades towards the Kashmiri Pandit displaced community. He also while addressing various segments of people here stressed the importance of CBI probe into the Kathua carnage.
The demographic invasion on the Jammu province due to the Rohangya and Bangladeshi illegal immigrants has also sent alarm waves throughout the state and even in the country as a whole. Jammu has been targeted as its image has been dented by the vested interests. The people of Jammu, Ladakh and the community of Kashmiri Pandits are on the same page so far as the national priorities in the state are concerned. There is a serious demand to detect and deport these illegal immigrants from Jammu province as they have become a serious threat to the security, social cohesiveness and the law and order situation in the state.
It also needs to be mentioned that the government Tribal department order on the LandGrab in the state is also an unconstitutional and illegal order that needs to be rescinded urgently.
The Kashmiri Pandits have entered 30th year of their exile and have been scattered throughout the country and the globe. Terrorism is the most challenging threat to the civilized world. Panun Kashmir appeals to the government of India to initiate a dialogue process with the representatives of the primary victims of Islamic terrorism in Kashmir, the KP community, in regard to their resettlement in Kashmir as per the demand of Homeland as explained in the Margdarshan 1991 Resolution Passed by the community 28 years ago.
Those among prominent who attended and spoke in the programme included S/Shri Pralay Sarkar, Jai Prakash Singh, Dr. Abhijeet Saraf and L.M.Kuchroo.