The Union Government should take firm steps for rehabilitation of Kashmiri Hindus after removal of Clause 370 ! – Shri. Rahul Kaul, ‘Rashtriya Sanyojak’, Youth for Panun Kashmir
Kashmiri Hindus have faced religious genocide for the past 32 years. The present Government is also disregarding this genocide. The ‘jihad’ which caused such genocide of Kashmiri Hindus is now spreading its tentacles all over the country. Its branches will go on spreading till we do not strike its roots. Hindus’ genocide should be declared as religious genocide. It is not yet possible to bring back the displaced Kashmiri Hindus to their own land, considering the prevailing conditions in Kashmir. Concrete steps should be taken by the Union Government for rehabilitation of Kashmiri Hindus even though Clause 370 applicable to Kashmir has been removed, stated Shri. Rahul Kaul, the national Convener of ‘Youth for Panun Kashmir’ during a special online program held by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) on the topic of ‘Displacement of Hindus in India- Causes and Solutions’. This program was held through HJS website Hindujagruti.org, so also, shown on You-tube and Twitter and it was virtually joined by 2173 people.
Shri. Vinod Bansal, the national spokesperson of Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) said that India is the only country in the world where its majority population is suffering at the hands of its minority population. Hindus ran away from Mewat (Haryana) when the then Chief Minister promised to change the situation in Mewat; unfortunately, however, there has not been much change in the situation prevailing there. Not just Mewat but there are many cities and districts in India which are now getting divided. It is very difficult to find a solution to these problems till every Hindu doesn’t think that it is his duty to protect his self-respect, nation and Dharma. It is necessary to be alert and fight against such things.
Shri. Anil Dhir, the national General Secretary of ‘Bharat Raksha Manch’ said, ‘We will get a clear picture of population of all communities in this country in the census of 2021; but there is dire need to pass a law on population control in this country. Hindus have run away from Bengal out of fear after the State elections and consequent violence. It is necessary to find out the causes of Hindus running away. India should learn from other countries and bring laws and solutions to solve these problems.’
Shri. Sunil Ghanavat, the State Coordinator of HJS for Maharashtra said on the occasion that along with Hindus’ exodus from some places, there are many more things like destruction of Hindus’ temples, oppression of women etc happening all over the country. Not only in border regions but also in other places, Hindus are forced to go away due to ‘land jihad’. It is a big peril for the security of this country. Hindus need to be alert and see to it that ‘mini-Pakistans’ are not created in different parts of this country. Not only displaced Hindus from Kashmir but all displaced Hindus from this country need to be rehabilitated.