VHP leader Praveen Togadia today warned the BJP government at Centre against delay in the resettlement of Kashmiri Pandits. He said that close to half a million Kashmiri Pandits, the displaced community, will be settled in the Kashmir Valley despite pressure from separatists.
While addressing a gathering at ‘Virat Hindu Sammelan’ organised by the outfit in Nahan, Togadia warned the Union government, “The delay tactics in the process of resettlement of Kashmiri Pandits by the Jammu and Kashmir government will not be tolerated.”
In the event of a delay in rehabilitation, Togadia warned that VHP will take out a march to Jammu and Kashmir.
“If there is any pressure from any corner and it delays the rehabilitation process, the VHP will march to Jammu and Kashmir with Hindus from 6 lakh villages of the country and then the government would be responsible for any consequences,” he said.
Asserting that ‘ghar wapsi’ (reconversion) programmes will continue across the country, Togadia said that if any government creates hurdles the VHP would launch a nationwide agitation against it.