Jammu: The protesting Kashmiri Pandit government employees, who have refused to join their duties in Kashmir after their transit camps were allegedly attacked by stone pelting mobs there, today began an indefinite chain hunger strike demanding foolproof security for them in the Valley.
"We have completed 102 days of protest, but the government seems to be least bothered about our concerns. So from today onwards we have started indefinite chain hunger strike to press for our demands," chairman of the All Parties Migrants Coordination Committee (APMCC) Vinod Pandit said.
"We will sit on a fast unto death if our demands like providing the Kashmiri pandit employees with foolproof security and release of the withheld salaries are not met," he said
Speaking on the occasion, National Spokesperson, APMCC, King Bharati warned the BJP-PDP government of "dire consequences" if it continues its "discriminatory attitude" towards Kashmiri pandit community.