KPs inalienable part of Kashmiri society: JKLF
Srinagar: Describing migrant Pandits as
an important and inalienable part of the Kashmiri society, the
Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front today said it would hold a
conference here next month to encourage them to return to the
The JKLF is organising a one-day conference "Return of
Kashmiri Pandit Brethern To Their Homes" in the third week of
April, party chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik said.
Kashmiri Pandits, intellectuals, students and other
sections of society are likely to attend the conference, he
said adding the dates for the event will be announced in the
next few days.
Malik said the JKLF has always expressed its concern on
the condition of Kashmiri Pandits and has made attempts in the
past to encourage them to return to their homes.
The purpose of holding the conference next month is the
same, the separatist leader said describing Pandits as "an
important and inalienable part of the Kashmir society".
A 3-member delegation of the Amnesty International,
on a week long visit to the Valley, called on Malik at his
party headquarters at Maisuma.
The JKLF head briefed the delegation about the human
rights situation in the Valley.
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