|Jammu, July 13: Kashmiri Pandit Conference (KPC) today observed July 13, 2020 as a Black Day at Delhi, Jammu and other places by wearing black badges, headgears, hoisting of black flags on houses and business establishments as well as conducted prayers at their respective locations for those KP martyrs who became victim of mass violence on July 13,31 at Srinagar, Kanikot, kotla,Mirpur, Poonch and other places.|
While highlighting the dimensions of the first organized violence in 1931 against the Kashmiri Pandits and other hindus by the fanatics and fundamentalists of Kashmir, .Kundan Kashmiri, President KPC stated that Kashmiri Pandits were the real martyrs and main sufferers of loot and arson and fire in village Kanikote in Budgam,Maharajganj and Vicharnag and other places in Kashmir. KPC President Kundan Kashmiri also emphasizes whole community to observe July 13 every year globally as “Black Day as this day in 1931 marks the beginning of the first organized genocide of Kashmiri Pandits, when there was loot, arson and killing of the Kashmiri Pandits and others.. He said that the present plight of Kashmiri pandits in exile has a direct link with what happened with the community for hundreds of years in Kashmir and condemned the human rights violations and atrocities against the KP community at large from time to time and asked his community people not to forget their innocent brethren who laid their lives and made sacrifices for the nationhood. He also appealed to his community people to remain united to fight against injustice as well as for Separate Kashyoop Bhoomi..