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March 26, 2020 00:00:00 | Rising Kashmir News

Kabul Gurudwara incident crime against humanity: Chrungoo

Ashwani Kumar Chrungoo, Senior BJP & Kashmiri Pandit leader Wednesday said killing of Hindu-Sikh community in Kabul Gurudwara in Afghanistan is a heinous crime against humanity. In a statement issued, he said at a time when the whole world including Afghanistan is engaged in a United fight against the Covid19, this act of terrorism is not only shameful and heinous but also barbaric".

Chrungoo said that it is one more glaring instance to prove that the non-Muslim minorities of Afghanistan continue to be on edge there. “The Indian government's recent amendment in law under CAA providing Indian citizenship to the non-Muslim minorities of Afghanistan is more than justified in view of the ghastly act against such communities therein.

He appreciated the Indian Foreign Ministry immediate statement and said that the UNHRC should take suo-motu cognizance of this terror act.
Chrungoo said that Hindu-Sikh minorities anywhere in the world are the moral responsibility of the Indian nation and state and its proactive role is highly appreciated. “The seriousness of the issue demands that the Government of India should take up this issue formally with the governments in Afghanistan and US,” he said.
Don’t hide travel history: Malik
Srinagar, March 25: Congress leader Altaf Malik Wednesday urged people not to conceal their history of travel from where COVID-19 has been reported.
He said those keeping their travel history a secret just to avoid personal inconvenience, were committing a crime.
Altaf also urged LG administration to setup more quarantine wards at block levels and ensure adequate supplies of medicines and essential commodities in rural areas so that any kind eventuality can be addressed in time.

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March 26, 2020 00:00:00 | Rising Kashmir News

Kabul Gurudwara incident crime against humanity: Chrungoo

              

Ashwani Kumar Chrungoo, Senior BJP & Kashmiri Pandit leader Wednesday said killing of Hindu-Sikh community in Kabul Gurudwara in Afghanistan is a heinous crime against humanity. In a statement issued, he said at a time when the whole world including Afghanistan is engaged in a United fight against the Covid19, this act of terrorism is not only shameful and heinous but also barbaric".

Chrungoo said that it is one more glaring instance to prove that the non-Muslim minorities of Afghanistan continue to be on edge there. “The Indian government's recent amendment in law under CAA providing Indian citizenship to the non-Muslim minorities of Afghanistan is more than justified in view of the ghastly act against such communities therein.

He appreciated the Indian Foreign Ministry immediate statement and said that the UNHRC should take suo-motu cognizance of this terror act.
Chrungoo said that Hindu-Sikh minorities anywhere in the world are the moral responsibility of the Indian nation and state and its proactive role is highly appreciated. “The seriousness of the issue demands that the Government of India should take up this issue formally with the governments in Afghanistan and US,” he said.
Don’t hide travel history: Malik
Srinagar, March 25: Congress leader Altaf Malik Wednesday urged people not to conceal their history of travel from where COVID-19 has been reported.
He said those keeping their travel history a secret just to avoid personal inconvenience, were committing a crime.
Altaf also urged LG administration to setup more quarantine wards at block levels and ensure adequate supplies of medicines and essential commodities in rural areas so that any kind eventuality can be addressed in time.