Let us tell you that in 1990, lakhs of Kashmiri Pandits were forced to leave their homes in the Valley. Though voices are raised for them from time to time, but till now no concrete solution has been found regarding their rehabilitation.
The issue of displacement of Kashmiri Pandits has been raised once again. Bharatiya Janata Party’s national spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia has written in a tweet that, why was the mosque not closed from where the voice had come that leave Kashmir or else it will be cut. Let us inform that Gaurav Bhatia has said in his tweet about the Muslims of the country that after all, where was the Muslim of the country, when there was talk of cutting Hindus from mosques.
He wrote in his tweet that, “With reference to the displacement of Kashmiri Pandits – when the azaan came from the mosque to leave your daughter and wife or else you will be cut off, then where was the Muslim of this country? Why didn’t you close the mosque from where this azaan had come?
People have also given their reactions on this tweet of Gaurav Bhatia. One user Anshuman Sehgal(@sehgal_anshuman) wrote that, “Leave the old talk… tell about Lakhimpur?” Another Twitter user Lata Yadav (@LataSwatantra) wrote, “Talk about the Lakhimpur Kheri massacre.”
When Kashmiri Pandits had to leave the Valley: It is worth noting that about 31 years ago on 19 January 1990, lakhs of Kashmiri Pandits were forced to leave the valley. Voices are raised from time to time regarding this, but no concrete way has been found so far for their rehabilitation.
Terrorism sponsored by Pakistan: Let us tell that in the year 1989-1990, the effect of terrorism sponsored by Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir was seen in Kashmir that the life of the Hindu population living there was in danger. By the end of 1990, 95 percent of the Kashmiri Pandit population living in the valley had left their homes and migrated from there. Even today, Kashmiri Pandits are in the hope of justice for rehabilitation there.