Terrorists have become active again in Jammu and Kashmir. They selectively target Kashmiri Panditas and Hindus. It is reported that due to these incidents, there is an atmosphere of panic among Kashmiri Hindus. Migration has also started from many areas. In this whole issue, one side also questions the position of the Central Government. Filmmaker Ashok Pandit felt pain during a talk show.
In fact, during ‘News 18 India’ talk show ‘Desh Nahi Jhunjon Dega’, host Aman Chopra asked filmmaker Ashok Pandit, “Kashmir Pandits have the right to live or not, they are also beaten and eat sticks. .” have been.” On this, Ashok Pandit says: “There is a difference in what happened before, there is a difference between the Congress and the Modi government, so today I and the whole country are with the BJP. But today it is more important for us talk about the present.
The filmmaker continues while recounting the pain of the Kashmiri Pandits: “Today’s reality is that this government has fired tear gas shells at Kashmiri Pandits, to this day no one dares to fire tear gas shells at Kashmiri Pandits. We are non-violent people, we are screaming, we are crying that they are killing our people. Today since a month our 5000 Kashmiri Pandits are in the streets. They are demanding to be sent to a safe place, they are screaming, screaming, crying in the streets to relocate to Jammu but there is silence.
Ashok Pandit further said, “The whole country knows what we did and did not do before today, talk about today. If action had been taken after Rao Bhatt’s murder a month ago, these 4 deaths would not have happened. All the teachers who work at the bank are being killed. But no one’s ears are crawling. No one is ready to listen. They have security, we have no security. We are tired of screaming to be relocated but what are you waiting for? Why did you take so long and why do you still take so long?
Continuing his point, he further said, “Look at what conditions the Kashmiri Pandits live in the camps. 15-15 people stay in each room. I want to ask the BJP leaders if these people have left till today under what conditions?” people live in Kashmir. Leave old things, talk about today. Today Hindus are not safe in Kashmir. We don’t want to stay in Kashmir anymore… It’s a feeling when corpses come into the house.”