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CM Arvind Kejriwal said in ‘Jan Aakrosh Rally’ – What happened with Kashmiri Pandits in 1990s is being repeated

New Delhi, June 5 (Agency)

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Sunday held a rally at Delhi’s Jantar Mantar against the recent spike in “murders targeting Kashmiri Pandits” in Kashmir and attacked the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led central government. Aimed. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said at the rally, “Kashmiri Pandits are being forced to leave their homes and what happened in the 1990s is being repeated.” He said that the BJP government has failed to provide security to Kashmiri Pandits and several meetings were held on the matter and now everyone wants to know about the action plan for Kashmir. Kejriwal demanded that the pledge signed with Kashmiri Pandits be canceled saying that they cannot work outside Kashmir. They demanded that the demands of Kashmiri Pandits be met, they should be provided security and an action plan for the Valley be presented. He also said, ‘We want to tell Pakistan that it should stop doing petty politics. Kashmir will always be a part of India. Kejriwal said that BJP cannot handle Kashmir, it only knows how to do dirty politics. Several AAP leaders and workers, including Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, Environment Minister Gopal Rai, Rajya Sabha member Sanjay Singh and MLAs, participated in the ‘Jan Aakrosh Rally’ and raised anti-BJP slogans.

Sanjay Singh told the rally that the BJP-backed government was in power in the 1990s and now that Kashmiri Pandits are being “forced” to leave the Valley, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government is in power with an absolute majority. Is. AAP demanded that Kashmiri Pandits be given adequate security and their voices be heard. The party has been taking up cases of “target killings” of Kashmiri Pandits for the past few weeks. Various political parties have attacked the BJP over the situation in Kashmir and sought a response from the Union Territory administration over the rise in murder cases.

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