PK sends letter to PM demanding recognition of Hindu genocide
Kashmiri Pandits observed 35th Baildan Diwas across the country today in which glowing tribute were paid to community martyrs and jawans of security forces, police and other civilians who were killed by terrorists during last 35 years of turmoil.
Panun Kashmir (PK) organised a programme at Kangra Fort, Barnai in which hundreds of community people gathered on the occasion paid tribute to martyrs by observing two minutes silence. On the occasion P K, Chairman Dr Ajay Chrungoo and its general secretary, Kuldeep Raina released a letter addressed to Prime Minister, Narendra Modi demanding recognition of genocide of Hindus in Jammu and Kashmir as it is an imperative necessity not only for survival of the Hindus in Kashmir but also putting a halt on the expansion of this genocidal Jehad in rest of India. Further it demanded enactment of law on the prevention and punishment of crime of genocide, reorganisationof J&K by carving out a separate homeland for KPs with UT status on the East and North of river Jehlum, recognizing of Jehad as a war and start dealing with terrorism in J&K in its real ideological context and content, relocate Hindus living in Kashmir outside Valley before one more gruesome tragedy happens with them.