Advocates applaud ‘FACT’ exhibition organized by HJS on persecution of Kashmiri Hindus

Exhibition held in the ‘Banaras Bar Association’s Hall

Advocates visiting ‘FACT’ exhibition on persecution of Kashmiri Hindus

Varanasi (UP) : On 19th of January 1990, Pakistan-sponsored jihadi terrorists massacred thousands of Kashmiri Hindus and thousands of Hindu women were raped. It has been almost 32 years since then, but the displaced Hindus have not yet been rehabilitated and they are still deprived of justice. The exhibition, which exposes the grave situation of genocide viz. ‘FACT’, was held in the hall of ‘The Banaras Bar Association (BBA)’ and it was inaugurated by BBA’s ‘Mahamantri’ advocate Ratneshwar Kumar Pande. Many advocates visited this exhibition. A signature drive was undertaken demanding the creation of a separate region called ‘Panun Kashmir’ to be under the Central Government for the secure rehabilitation of Kashmir Hindus.

Special feedbacks

1. BBA’s President advocate Dhirendranath Sharma said, “This exhibition has created awareness amongst people including advocates. It is realised after visiting the exhibition that the cruelty with Hindus was so heart-rending and wrong.”

2. Advocate Ratneshwar Kumar Pande said, “This exhibition helps us to know the cruelty exhibited by jihadis in 1990. Such programmes should be held regularly to create awareness.”

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