“No Government is ready to acknowledge the massacre of the Kashmiri Pandits as genocide. As a result, the Kashmir pattern is burning parts of our country where Muslims are in majority. Hence, Hindus are fleeing from many such places in India” said Mr Rahul Kaul (President, Youth for Panun Kashmir, Pune, Maharashtra), while addressing a session on ‘The effect of rejecting the massacre of Kashmiri Pandits on India’ during the Vaishvik Hindu Rashtra Mahotsav’. Mr Prashanth Sambargi (Film producer from Karnataka), Mr Acharya Rajeshwar (National President, Sanyukta Bharat Dharma Sansad, Rajasthan) and Mr Santosh Kenchamba (Founder President, Rashtra Dharma Sangathan) also participated in this session.
Mr Rahul Kaul stressed that unless the horrific crimes against the Kashmiri Hindus are officially acknowledged as genocide, any rehabilitation attempt will bear no fruit. Make no mistake in treating it as an isolated event; it is a well-established ‘Kashmir pattern’ in which jihadi elements threaten the residents (read – Hindus) and force them either to convert or to leave their ancestral homeland. Kashmir – the land of Bharata Muni has become devoid of Hindus, thanks to the jihadi terrorism. Today, more than 99% of Muslims in Kashmir believe in jihad. Hindus must realise that the attack on Kashmiri Pandits is part of a greater conspiracy to eliminate the Hindu way of life. For a thousand years, Jihadi Muslims have attacked Kashmiri Pandits. The exodus in 1990 was the 7th such exodus of Hindus from the Kashmir valley. However, in all the previous cases, Hindus resolutely returned to their homeland. However, today, even after the abrogation of Article 370, the valley is not safe for Hindus. If the Government does not officially acknowledge the horrific crimes as genocide, the Kashmir pattern will transform India into an Islamic State.
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