Sikh group appeals Kashmiri Pandits to return home
Srinagar: A Sikh group on Sunday appealed to
migrant Kashmiri Pandits to return home, saying that "no
force" can stop them from coming back to the state.
"No one can be more happier than the Sikhs... We will
be the first to receive them at Jawahar Tunnel (the gateway to
Kashmir) if they decide to come back," All Parties Sikh
Coordination Committee chairman Jagmohan Singh Raina said in a
"No force can stop them if they take this bold step,
which in my opinion will be the biggest victory over communal
forces and anti-Kashmir elements," he said.
The Sikh leader asked the people to help in rebuilding
a strong economy and educational system in the Kashmir Valley,
and help in resolving the dispute related to Kashmir.
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