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Kashmir Panchayat leaders appeal minorities not to leave valley

Targeted attacks conspiracy against Kashmiryat: Panchayat Conference

Post by on Monday, June 6, 2022

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Srinagar, June 05: Terming the targeted killings in Kashmir a conspiracy against Kashmir and Kashmiriyat, large number of Kashmir Panchayat leaders (Sarpanches and Panches) gathered here at Srinagar on Sunday and appealed the minority  community people, particularly Kashmiri Pandits not to leave valley  due to fear created by enemies of Kashmir.
“We appeal to the minority community people working and living in the valley not to leave the valley in fear created by enemies of Kashmir and Kashmiriyat. We request our society too to provide all types of help to the people working in diff event villages of the valley, said Panchayat Conference leaders in a statement after the meeting.
A statement from the All J&K Panchayat Conference said that a large number of Sarpanches from the valley gathered in Srinagar to discuss the present situation in the valley after the target killings.
The meeting was presided over by chairman All J & K Panchayat Conference Shafiq Mir. While speaking on the occasion, the Panchayat leaders described recent minority killings in valley a conspiracy against Kashmir and Kashmiriyat Known around the globe for its tolerance and brotherhood.
“We condemn these attacks and demand from the government to expose the elements responsible for these acts before the public. We also appeal to all political parties and civil society groups to come together and give the message that Kashmiris cannot allow such things in the land which is known for brotherhood and tolerance,” said Panchayat leaders.  However, Panchayat leaders said that it is the responsibility of the government to build the atmosphere of trust in the society and expose the killers.
 “We are one (Kashmiri Hindus and Kashmiri Muslims) and we have to fight it jointly because this is conspiracy against Kashmiryat,” the statement added.

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