Kejriwal asks Centre to protect the safety of Kashmiri Pandits
Kejriwal asks Centre to protect the safety of Kashmiri Pandits

New Delhi: In the wake of the Valley's targeted killings, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday asked the Centre to intervene. He emphasised that the country was worried about the issue in Kashmir.

We expect the Centre to take whatever steps are necessary. After a long time, they (Kashmiri Pandits) returned (to the Valley) with hopes. It is necessary to safeguard their safety "Kejriwal said.

He further said that by August 15, he intends to install 500 tricolours in various spots throughout Delhi. "To ensure the Flag Code of India, a 5-member committee would be created for each flag. Committees should gather as many people as possible at the flag's location every Sunday at 10 a.m. to sing the National Anthem "He went on to say.

Kejriwal said, the idea centred on preparing 1000 young volunteers, each with an open mind. His comments came amid a rise tally of killings.

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