Kashmiri Pandits outfit rejects concept of `Nov Srinagar`
Jammu: Panun Kashmir on Saturday rejected the concept of `Nov Srinagar` (new Srinagar) reportedly proposed by interlocutors for resettlement of Kashmiri Pandits, saying it is a move to fetch package worth crores of rupees to build a new city in the name of rehabilitation.
"The recently floated concept of twin-city for displaced KPs reportedly by interlocutors is yet another calculated move, that would ultimately fetch package worth thousands of crores to build a new city `nov Srinagar` in the name of rehabilitation of displaced KPs," Panun Kashmir (PK) convener Agnishekhar told reporters here.
Agnishekhar alleged that the proposal was designed to dilute the demand of separate homeland for the community.
"The twin-city concept seems to be diplomatically designed by its authors at the behest of establishment to undermine and dilute the separate homeland demand of Panun Kashmir," he claimed.
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