NEW DELHI: The Political Steering Committee (PSC) of Global Kashmiri Pandit Diaspora (GKPD) organized its 1 st Working Committee Meeting at the Constitution Club in Delhi.
Members came from all parts of India and abroad.
Members of this Committee, headed by Chairman Moti Kaul, expressed full faith in BJP Government led by Honorable PM Shri Narendra Modi.
Following their genocide and ethnic cleansing in Kashmir and after three decades of displacement, the Kashmiri Pandit Community is on the verge of extinction.
Urgent measures are required on the part of the Government of India which bears the responsibility for the security and protection of the internally displaced Kashmiri Pandits.
In a marathon session, PSC resolved to initiate the following action steps on priority.
Modiji’s commitment to address all the issues concerning Kashmir were thoroughly welcomed and community shall play a proactive role in responding to the challenges ahead.
PSC shall play a positive and constructive role and work as partners with BJP in their mission Kashmir.
PSC shall initially focus on Abrogation of Article 370/35-A, Temples and Shrines and SingleConcentrated Settlement in the Valley.
An active dialogue and parleys with all parties/stakeholders of Indian society interested in Kashmiri Pandit welfare, security and ultimate rehabilitation.
Raise awareness of the Government of India on the global leverage that GKPD brings in its goal of bringing peace and prosperity to this troubled land.
To expand the PSC movement and set up sub-units in Delhi, Jammu and elsewhere in the country, who will be charged with executing the above.
To request its parent Global Kashmiri Pandit Diaspora to elevate the recognition of Kashmiri Pandit Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing in all international venues and forums available to us.
To counter internationally the evil designs of Pakistan in Kashmir of which Kashmiri Pandits have been the prime victims.
While praying to Mata Kheer Bhawani on the auspicious occasion of Jyestha Ashtami, PSC is hopeful that this positive approach from the community will be received in the right spirit and that all concerned parties especially the present dispensation at the Centre will respond positively.