The Kashmir

August 25, 2006

No Urgency To End KP Suffering

Filed under: Human Rights, Injustice, Quotes for Thought — vicharnaag @ 11:01 am

……..Despite repeated promises, no viable measures have yet been made to bring the Pandits back. Even today Pandit homes are occupied by others in rural and metropolitan areas, even in Srinagar. Arguably no single community given its size has contributed as much to Kashmiriyat and Kashmiri culture, but none has suffered as greatly. There appears to be no great urgency on the part of the state or central agencies to end their suffering, or to significantly ameliorate it……..

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Kamal Mitra Chenoy, Associate Professor, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

http://www.india-seminar.com/2000/496/496%20report.htm

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