|Early Times Report|
Jammu, Sept 18: Kashmiri Pandit Conference (KPC ) through a letter invited attention of United Nations Human Rights commission( UNHRC) National Human Right Commission ( NHRC )and other world bodies towards microscopic ethnic minority of Kashmiri Pandits community which is in an utter shambles at this time and has been facing miserable situation for the last 30 years. Our ethos, culture and heritage is sought to be completely destroyed by the terrorists, materially and morally sponsored and supported by Pakistan. This KP community is reduced to minuscule minority from 15% in 1947 to 01% at present by cultural aggression time to time and now this small community consists of about 3,50000 Kashmiri Pandits live in abysmal and appalling conditions, 'as refugees', in camps and non--camps in Jammu, Delhi and other parts of the country . The mass exodus of the community in 1990 followed by sustained terror, rapes, murder, loot and kidnappings at the hands of Pak terrorists and its agents in the valley. About 1,500 Kashmiri Pandits, including women and children, were brutally killed, about 400 temples and other religious shrines were demolished, damaged and burnt down and 30,000 agricultural families deprived of their lands, 20,000 business establishments looted and devastated, more than 30,000 houses reduced to ashes, looted and other properties left behind have been forcibly occupied
Kashmiri Pandit Conference( KPC), a representative organisation of victim KP,s, therefore like to make an appeal to chairman UNHRC, NHRC and other world bodies to listen this hapless community, raise voice and mobilize the world opinion against Pakistan-sponsored terrorism in Kashmir and about its dreaded consequences.