February 2006 News

PK rejects all options for resolution of Kashmir issue except homeland

8 February 2006
The Daily Excelsior
Excelsior Correspondent

Jammu: Reiterating that no solution to Kashmir issue is possible unless and until the aspirations of over seven lakh Kashmiri Pandits are fulfilled, the Panun Kashmir, headed by Dr Ajay Chrangoo today made an appeal to community members not to get swayed by those elements who are responsible for their exodus in 1989-90. The PK in a meeting here today, while taking the stock of prevailing political situation in the state made it clear that, the community which has suffered hundreds of years of persecution in Kashmir through the hands of fundamentalists sticks to its demand of separate homeland in Valley. It said, PK in its annual convention at Jammu on February 11 will devise its future course of action for accelerating the struggle for homeland. It said, there can be no compromise with the people who rejected the coexistence in 1989 after they forced the minorities to flee from their homes and hearths. It said the PK stands for free flow of Indian Constitution in J&K and outrightly rejects all other options for resolution of Kashmir issue.


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