NC government black mailing GOI into granting concession :RIK
New Delhi, January 19 (Scoop News) – Roots In Kashmir(RIK), a frontline youth initiative of Kashmiri Pandits today expresses serious concern at the functioning of National Conference lead government of Jammu and Kashmir and feels it was covertly conniving with the separatist forces to black mail the government of India into granting concession to the very people who are bent upon breaking this country.
RIK has taken strong exception to the statement of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah after meeting Home Minister P. Chidambaram today saying 'efforts are being made for the return of Kashmiri Pandits'.
"Ironically, Kashmiri Pandits today complete 21 years in exile. Omar Abdullah along with the Government at the centre should be awarded with a nobel prize for talking all these years on the miseries of the displaced Pandit community. Till date there has been no probe on the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits. How can they ensure our 'sense of security' when 'killers' who drove us out on gun point roam free even today?" said Aditya Raj Kaul, founder member of the group.
Rashneek Kher of RIK said,that the state government’s proposal for rehabilitation of stone throwers, ex-militants, militants now living across the LOC in Pakistan occupied Kashmir, surrendered militants and victims of militancy clearly betrays its true intentions. That the state government is in league with the separatist forces is strongly established by its total silence on the similar demands of the pro-India sections of people living in Ladakh, Jammu and other refugees living in the state.
"Omar Abdullah cannot ensure security for an Indian to hoist the national flag at Lalchowk. How do we expect him to draw a policy of our return?" asked Rashneek Kher
"The J&K Chief Minister drew flack just a day before from the honourable Supreme Court for creating 'Dream proposals' for Kashmiri Pandits and not a single Pandit was helped on ground in reality. We continue to suffer at the hands of our own government ever after all these years of losing our homeland", he added.
To escape persecution more than 500,000 Kashmiri Pandits had to leave their homes back in the Valley and over 50,000 refugees are still languishing in uninhabitable refugee camps in
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