Tuesday, 3 January 2017

27 Years in Exile: Plight of Kashmiri Hindus (Pandits) and changing demography in J&K

Please mark your diaries for a very important seminar on 18th January 2017 to be held in Committee Room 12, House of Commons organised by Kashmiri Pandits Cultural Society, UK and hosted by Bob Blackman MP.
The programme will start promptly at 7 pm and will conclude at 9:00 pm.

During the 2 hours we will be looking at the issue of persecution of Hindus in the world especially in J&K region, Bangladesh and utilise this as an opportunity to understand the reasons for the same. We will also be looking at the Centre-State dynamics of Jammu & Kashmir, the creation of Child Soldiers in Kashmir, the plight of the Kashmiri Pandits suffering at the behest of the most recent incidents in the valley especially those who returned on the Prime Minister’s package. We will also be seeing a frank discussion on the plight of people living in the Pakistan Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (also referred to as Azad Kashmir) and the condition of minorities especially Hindus and Ahmadiya Muslims in Bangladesh and Pakistan. An insightful and intense programme, we hope to also utilise the opportunity to spend a few moments looking at efforts by individuals such as Francois Gautier in documenting the Persecution of Hindus in the form of a museum.

I hope you will be able to join us and participate in this useful programme and show your support and solidarity to the many suffering communities.

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