Yasin Malik opposes Land for Kashmiri Pundits

Srinagar, April 08: The Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chairman has opposed the state government over providing land for a colony of Kashmiri pundits in the Kashmir valley. This clearly showed his intention to separate the Kashmir from India unite the land with Pakistan.

His statement came a day after J&K Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed assured the Centre to allot land for the Kkashmiri Pundits, who were forced to leave the valley following the attacks by the militants and Muslim community long before.

The separatist leader, who has been protesting the Indian democracy and disobeying the national flag and song, called the move by the government as anti-Muslims and Conspiracy against the community.

Malik threatened to launch fast unto death against the land allotment to the Kashmiri pundits in the valley.

It can be noted that Centre and the PDP-BJP coalition government in the state are committed to bring back the Kashmiri Pundits to the valley with providing them security of life, honour and dignity.

Around 62,000 Kashmiri pundits are now staying in different regions of the country after the attacks in 1989. They have not forgotten the year when their houses were set on fire; people were killed without mercy in the valley.

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