`Set up SIT to look into the disappearance of Kashmiri Pandits`
Jammu: Kashmiri Pandits on Saturday appealed the
Chief Minister Omar Abdullah to set up a Special Investigation
team (SIT) to look into the disappearance of a Kashmiri Pandit
youth in the Valley, and said that the incident has sent a
fear psychosis among the Hindu families of Valley.
"If Omar Abdullah government failed to set up SIT to
trace the disappeared KP boy in the Valley, we will launch
hunger strike in Kashmir, Jammu and Delhi soon," All Party
Migrant Coordination Committee (APMCC) Chairman, Vinod Pandit
Susheel Raina, a college student, who along with his
family in Chandergam village in South Kashmir did not migrated
out of Valley and stayed in Kashmir during past two decades
of turmoil, went missing while going to college on April 4
this year, said Vinod.
"This incident has sent "fear psychosis" among Valley
Hindu families. Police has so far failed to trace the
student," he said adding "Chief Minister should visit the
family, in order to build confidence among Valley Pandits".
We demand setting up of SIT to probe into the matter, he
said and hoped that Chief Minister and government would ensure
urgent measures in this regard.
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