SRINAGAR: Terming the rigidness of Government of India over the setting up of the composite townships for the Kashmiri Pandits as unjustified, All Parties Hurriyat Conference (g) Wednesday cautioned that the division of Kashmiris on religious lines and isolation of the Pandits from the society will not be allowed and both the communities collectively will not let this to happen.
The Pandits are a vital part of the Kashmiri society and no individual or any group is against their return, a Hurriyat Conference (g) statement this evening.
Strongly rejecting the statement of the minister of state for home affairs, GoI, Haribhai Parathibhai Chaudhary in the parliament in which he had said that the plan of establishment of separate townships for the Kashmiri migrant Pandits in the valley is still under consideration and the state government had been asked for the identification of land for the purpose, the Hurriyat amalgam said, we are in no way against the return and rehabilitation of the Pandit community in the Valley but the Indian government and its policy makers want to play a very dangerous game under its grab and they not only want to divide the Kashmiri society on the religious lines but they also want to harm the freedom struggle of the Kashmiris.
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