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JAMMU KASHMIR NATIONALIST MOVEMENT – Struggle for Identity

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Press Release, 27 April 2013:

Ethnic cleansing from their homeland was forced on the Pandits under a meticulous plan. The entire Displaced Community is doubly determined to reclaim their land of origin. Their return and restitution in the valley has to be under a comprehensive and inclusive plan, not under any truncated formula.

PM’s package is flawed because it carefully circumvents the crucial political component of restitution process.   Continue Reading…

Joint Press Release

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Panun Kashmir (Dr. Agnishekhar), ASKPC (Hiralal Chatta), JK Nationalist Movement (Dr. K.N. Panidta), Kashmiri Pandit Conference (Kudan Kashmiri), and Kashmiri Hindu Conference (Pyarelal K KHCKPyarelal Kaul Budgami):
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Reflecting on the situation arising out of J&K Assembly relegating the Bill for Kashmiri Hindu Shrines and Temples to the Select Committee after it remained in limbo for over four years, the above mentioned representative organizations of internally displaced persons reiterate their demand for the passing of the bill and implore the government to prioritize its recall and reconsideration.   Continue Reading…

JAMMU AND KASHMIR: TOLERANCE AND MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING

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report on the study tour of Beermans Paul, President of the BELGIAN ASSOCIATION FOR SOLIDARITY WITH JAMMU AND KASHMIR BASJAK to the Indian State of J&K, 23 January-1 February 2013 – Published on BASJAK.org, 2. April 2013.

(excerpt courtesy BASJAK): … 3. CONCLUSIONS:

Following conclusions can be drawn, based on the experiences of previous and this study tour to J&K State, especially to Jammu-region (for the latest study tour to the Kashmir Valley and Ladakh see the report of June-July 2012 on our website):    Continue Reading…