If Kashmiri Pandits have to be saved, ban Kashmir files: Farooq Abdullah

The attacks on Kashmiri Pandits have been linked by former Jammu and Kashmir CM Farooq Abdullah to the film Kashmir Files. In fact, Farooq Abdullah recently said, "If the attacks on Kashmiri Pandits have to be stopped, then the government should ban the film Kashmir Files. At the same time, he said, "There is an atmosphere of hatred against Muslims in the country, this is the reason behind the anger among the Muslim youth in Kashmir. If the attacks on Kashmiri Pandits are to be stopped, then the government should ban the film Kashmir Files. Referring to The Kashmir Files film, Farooq Abdullah said, "I asked the government whether The Kashmir Files film is true. Will a Muslim kill a Hindu first, then put his blood in rice and ask his wife to eat this? Could that be so? Are we so fallen?'

With this, he further said, "Kashmir Files is a baseless film which has only created hatred in the country. In the past, the attacks on Kashmiri Pandits in Kashmir have suddenly increased and in view of this, security has been beefed up outside the houses of Kashmiri Pandits in the Valley by the order of the Lieutenant Governor. At the same time, in the midst of these attacks, Lashkar-e-Islam had also threatened on Sunday. In fact, it was said that Kashmiri Pandits should either leave the Valley or be ready to die. One poster read, "Leave all migrant and RSS agents or be ready to face death." There is no place here for Kashmir pandits who want Kashmir as another Israel and want to kill Kashmiri Muslims. Double or triple your security, be prepared for goal killing. You'll die."

In fact, this threat has been given to Kashmiri pandits living in the hawala transit accommodation in Pulwama. Yes, and most of the Kashmiri Pandits living in this transit accommodation do government jobs. The poster has been written while addressing the chairman of hawala transit accommodation. Ever since the removal of Article 370 from Kashmir, claims of Kashmiri pandits have been made to return home, however, the reality of the last three years is that even Kashmiri pandits who were already living there are not being allowed to stay. Yes, and they're being murdered. Rahul Bhatt's target killing last week is proof of this.

PM Modi lays foundation stone of India Int'l Centre for Buddhist Heritage in Lumbini

Sidharth Malhotra injured during shooting... video went viral"

Goa government to re-publish Savarkar's two books, CM says 'only lies were told against him'

- Sponsored Advert -

Most Popular

- Sponsored Advert -