Lal Singh castigates Separatists, ‘Kashmir not their Jagir’ PDF Print E-mail
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altJehlum Post News/Srinagar/ Apr 29 2015/ Stating that separatist leaders of Kashmir are working at the dictates of Pakistan and are trying to destabilize the peaceful atmosphere of the Jammu and Kashmir The Bhartiya Janta party Wednesday said that the party is committed to rehabilitate the Kashmiri Pandits in Kashmir. “Kashmir is not the Jagir (Property) of separatist leaders where they can do whatever they want. It is a part of India and is the place of all shades of people of Jammu and Kashmir,” BJP’s firebrand leader and Health Minister Lal Singh told local news agency. He said that separatists are trying to destabilize the peaceful atmosphere

of the Jammu and Kashmir.“These separatist leaders should be sending out from the Jammu and Kashmir. They wanted to create problems for the country. They are trying to wipe up the sentiments of the people. People should work together and not get brainwashed or influenced by theses,” he added.He said that these people are working at the diktat of the Pakistan. “People should be aware that these people are working on the directions of Pakistan, ”he said. He said that BJP is committed towards rehabilitation of displaced Kashmiri Pandits in the Valley and will try to do away all their security concerns to ensure their safe return. "Kashmiri Pandits have been connected with their homeland through tradition and culture of Kashmir. The government will fulfill all conditions for their return raised by them. Government is committed towards their rehabilitation," he said. He said that the Kashmiri Pandits community has been nationalist and devoted to the cause of the nation. It is a matter of happiness and satisfaction that despite being displaced they have commitment and love towards their homeland.

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