Panun Kashmir is a frontal organisation of the displaced/refugee Kashmiri Pandits (Hindus of Kashmir) founded in December 1990 in Jammu-India, in order to demand that a separate Homeland for Kashmir's displaced population be established on the north and east of River Vitasta (Jehlum) in Kashmir valley with a status of Union Territory.
Almost the entire Hindu population was expelled from Kashmir in 1990 by the fundamentalist-separatist-terrorist combine for their beliefs. The organization also believes that Hindus in Kashmir and Jammu have been discriminated against by Kashmir centric political leaders since 1947, and that Hindus have been neglected at the expense of appeasement of Muslims due to Article 370, and various policies instituted by different Indian governments. The indigenous people of Kashmir - the Kashmiri Pandits have an inalienable right on the territory of Kashmir and are thus the first and primary stakeholders to the land of Kashmir. They are the victims of the Muslim Majoritarianism since the dawn of the 20th century and have been heavily discriminated against by all the successive governments in Kashmir since 1947.
10th December 2017-Sunday
Imp. Decision of Panun Kashmir in its Meeting held today...
In an emergency meeting today, held under the chairmanship of Shri Ashwani Kumar Chrungoo, President, at its office, Panun Kashmir decided to suspend all its organisational activities for one month with effect from today. Instead, it was decided to fully concentrate on the following two issues for the coming month:
Org. By: Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Saheb Sanmaan Yatra Organising Committee, Delhi
Details regarding these two important programmes will be shared with all in due course of time.
The rank and file of the whole community is requested to put all efforts to make these two events complete success, inspiring and historic.
Let us all, wef today, start campaigning and involving all concerned in the preparation of these two programmes.
Wishing everyone good luck and ORZU.
Namaskar and Best Regards,
Virender Raina, National Spokesperson-PK
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