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GKPD discusses challenges and way forward for displaced KP community
will be taking up issues at international platforms to ensure justice, building consensus among nations


Jammu, May 14, (Scoop News)-An interactive session of prominent displaced Kashmiri Pandits was organized by the Political Steering Committee of Global Kashmiri Pandit Diaspora (GKPD) to dwell on the challenges and the way forward for the community in exile.
Those who were present included, Kuldeep Khoda, former Chief Vigilance Commissioner (CVC), Dr Meenakshi Kilam, Prof BL Zutshi, MK Jalali, PN Goja, BL Tickoo, GJ Kampasi, Bihari Kak, Ajay Khosa, AK Raina, Aryan Ramesh, Kashmiri Lal Bhat, and others. They were appreciative of role the organization has playing at global level and expressed their unwavering support to it for taking up the case before the international community so as to ensure justice for the displaced community.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr KL Chowdhary, an eminent physician, author and founder member of GKPD, said that the organisation will be taking up the case of genocide and ethnic cleansing strongly at the United Nations and other important world for as well as human rights organizations in different countries to build consensus on genocide of Kashmiri Pandits.
He alleged that both State and the Central governments covered human rights violations in the state but not a single word has ever been mentioned about the genocide of a miniscule community in this part of the world.
Dr KN Pandita, renowned author, political analyst and a columnist, said it is a paradox that despite an overwhelming demand of the entire displaced community, the State and the Central governments never set up any commission of inquiry to investigate causes and courses of genocide and extirpation of a vulnerable community known for their peaceful and harmless behavior.
Kashmiri Pandit Sabha leader, KK Khosa, in his address said that Pandits are the aboriginals in Kashmir valley and they are the descendants or progeny of oldest inhabitants from Neolithic times of and as such the community has a ‘strong and undeniable claim/ right’ over Kashmir, the motherland of the Pandits.
Moti Koul, a senior politician, said that GKPD was compelling its full attention in bringing to the notice of the world community that how genocide of Kashmiri religious minority was perpetrated by evil minded elements of the majority community under external motivation. He said the community is, however, appreciative of Governor’s administration in dealing with separatists and terrorists in accordance with law of the land....
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