STATE TIMES NEWSJAMMU: Kashmiri Pandit Conference (KPC) has sent a memorandum to President and Prime Minister of India seeking justice for victims of Kashmir unrest and Bengal violence on Wednesday. In the memorandum, KPC President, Kundan Kashmiri said that Kashmiri Pandit Conference (KPC), a frontal organisation of displaced Kashmiri Pandits express serious concern over the attack on nationalist people in West Bengal by TMC activists of TMC, illegal immigrants and other goons soon after elections in Bengal, when entire nation was fighting with second wave of COVID-19 pandemic. The memorandum further reads, “Violence orchestrated by internal saboteurs and anti-nationals is morbidly remembrance of ethnic cleansing of Kashmiri Pandit minorities from Kashmir in 1990. It has miserably pained us all being the worst sufferers of such violence, earlier held in Valley. We feel dismayed to know that thousands of hapless victims of Bengal violence are presently getting refuge in shelters and a large number of victims have taken refuge in neighbouring Assam, as happened in case of Kashmiri Pandits (Hindus) in 1990.” “We earnestly request and appeal to you to take serious note of worst situation in Bengal and direct Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and other concerned authorities to act in accordance with Constitutional mandate to maintain law and order, curb violence with an iron hand and ensure peace and tranquility amongst all sections of people. We appeal to President and Prime Minister of India to ensure that culprits are punished without exception besides public servants, who failed to take any action and abandoned their duty and the political provocateurs to be identified and punished under law of land,” said Kundan Kashmiri, demanding SIT /CBI probe into the matter monitored by a retired Supreme Court Judge for a fair investigation and speedy justice.
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