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AMCCC writes an open letter to PM Modi, highlights problems
5/19/2017 12:23:47 AM
Early Times Report

Jammu, May 18: In an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the displaced community of Kashmiri Pandits under the banner of All Migrants Camps Coordination Committee (AMCCC) has highlighted its problems and sought early redressal of the long pending issues.
In an open letter written to PM Modi, the AMCCC President Desh Rattan Pandita has stated that the displaced community has been ignored till now.
“We pray your good-self that Kashmiri Pandit community is refugee in our own county and is vulnerable to miseries because of failure of previous state and centre government”. Further AMCCC president stated that KPs all land in valley and land of temples and shrines were encroached while state government is acting like mute spectator. Raising the issue of over aged community youth who attained upper age limit during exodus, AMCCC President Mr Pandita demanded special package to be announced for such youths. Meanwhile AMCCC leader also stated that present situation in J&K is not normal as people in fowrads areas of Rajouri and Poonch district are affected due to frequent ceasefire violations by Pakistan.
Mr Panditaalso hailed the IT raids against Lalu Yadav and P.Chidambaram on May 16 at various 'Benami properties' and stated AMCCC demands that such property needed to be distributed among poor people of the country. "Guilty should be sent behind the bars, he stated further adding, ".such persons should be banned for to participate in any election in future." Concluding the open letter, AMCCC president Pandita stated “we request your kind honour to have your personal intervention to take account of our problems and demands which would ease our pain”.
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