Dr. Agnishekhar, Convenor of Panun Kashmir, Unleashes Stern Critique Against Government Actions, Condemns Genocide Consolidation. 

Jammu — Dr. Agnishekhar, the Convenor of Panun Kashmir, has launched an uncompromising assault on recent government decisions that imperil the dignity and heritage of Kashmiri Pandits. In a vehement statement, Dr. Agnishekhar argues that the government’s latest maneuvers appear to be actively engaged in advancing the Genocide agenda, surpassing the previous administrations’ sordid history of denial.

Dr. Agnishekhar’s critique hones in on the glaring incongruities in the recent announcement by the Lt. Governor. The allocation of a mere 5 Marla land at concessional rates to the resilient Kashmiri Pandits has triggered his vehement disapproval. This token gesture, in his view, rings hollow in the face of the colossal dimensions of suffering endured by the community during the Genocide.
Dr. Agnishekhar forcefully underscores that the appallingly callous use of the term “migrants” is an audacious distortion that minimizes the profound trauma experienced by the Kashmiri Pandits. Instead of prioritizing reparations for the atrocities suffered, the government’s approach seems misguided, treating these Genocide victims as mere potential buyers of land.
He aptly points out the stark reality that the land left behind by the Kashmiri Pandits during the Genocide far exceeds the paltry allocation now being offered. This imbalance raises pointed questions about the government’s commitment to addressing the Genocide’s aftermath comprehensively. Rather than focusing on reparation, rehabilitation, justice, and the security of the Pandit community, the government appears to be taking a superficial approach that sidesteps these critical concerns.
Dr. Agnishekhar’s critique serves as a stark reminder that the priorities of the government should squarely center on rectifying the historical wrongs inflicted upon the Kashmiri Pandits. Instead of treating them as potential land buyers, the government’s responsibility lies in acknowledging the magnitude of their suffering, ensuring their reparation, rehabilitation, and safety, and fostering an environment of justice that befits the gravity of the Genocide.
With a fire in his words, Dr. Agnishekhar fiercely denounces the revision of place names, such as Srinagar’s transformation into Shahar e Khas, Hari Parvat’s sacrilegious shift to Koh e Maran, and the affront of renaming Shankaracharya to Takht e Sulaiman. Such audacious alterations not only obliterate cultural and historical identities but brazenly perpetuate a narrative that glosses over the heinous Genocide suffered by the Kashmiri Pandits.
Pointedly invoking the Margdarshan resolution, Dr. Agnishekhar underscores how the resilient Kashmiri Pandit community has already mapped out a blueprint to address the Kashmir crisis. He demands that the government heed the clarion call and embrace models akin to the potent Panun Kashmir solution. These measures are not mere recommendations; they are imperatives to stem the tide of Jihad infiltrations that threaten to corrode the very fabric of India.
Recent unsettling incidents in Haryana only solidify Panun Kashmir’s assertions, exposing the urgency of comprehensive action to validate the claims made by the organization. Dr. Agnishekhar cautions that the current trajectory only corroborates Panun Kashmir’s stand.
Dr. Agnishekhar concludes with a call to , imploring the government to recalibrate its trajectory. The need of the hour is to place the rights, dignity, and prosperity of the Kashmiri Pandit community at the forefront. Dr. Agnishekhar reiterates that decisive action, in sync with the resolutions enshrined by the community, is the beacon that will lead India towards a harmonious, secure, and united future.

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