90s returning in Kashmir: Arvind Kejriwal on targeting of Kashmiri Pandits

New Delhi: 

Claiming that over a dozen of Kashmiri Pandits have been killed within a year, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday said the time of 90s is returning in the valley as the government could not provide security to them. 

Referring to the deaths of Kashmiri Pandit government employee Rahul Bhatt and a school teacher named Rajni Bala, he said, “This year 16 Kashmiri Pandits have been selectively targeted. Today, Kashmiri Pandits are making only one demand from the government – “protect them from terrorists. They should be given security.” 

The Delhi CM said that Hindu and Muslim of Kashmir want to live with unity which is the danger upon terrorist outfits. Kejriwal asserted that the Kashmiri Pandits are flocking outside the valley as they are not given proper security. 

Kejriwal said Kahsmiri Pandits went back to the valley to their houses after a long with a lot of courage but they are being targeted. Hence, they are being forced to leave.

He said when the Kashmiris protest against the exploitation, they got locked up in their own colonies to suppress their voices. He further asked, “what kind of justice is this?” 

The CM urged the Centre to settle the Kahsmiri Panidits in the valley and promised full support in the process. 


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