Farooq Khan, Advisor to Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor GC Murmu, at the India Ideas Conclave 2020.
Farooq Khan, Advisor to Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor GC Murmu, at the India Ideas Conclave 2020.

Primary target is to re-establish pandits who left Kashmir under gun threat: Farooq Khan

ANI | Updated: Feb 29, 2020 22:38 IST


Narmada (Gujarat) [India], Feb 29 (ANI): The Jammu and Kashmir administration's primary target is to re-establish pandits who had to leave Kashmir under the threat of a gun, said Farooq Khan, Advisor to J-K Lieutenant Governor GC Murmu.

Speaking at the India Ideas Conclave 2020 here on Saturday, Khan said: "First and foremost target for us is that all our Kashmiri pandit brothers and sisters who had to leave under the threat of a gun, come back with full respect and enjoy their position in Kashmir without any threat or fear."
"Very few among us Indians know that Kashmir was a 100 per cent Hindu state, those who go there must visit the Kashmir museum and see what is there, which gives you a clear picture of the ancient Kashmir history," he added.
Sixth India Ideas Conclave is being organised by India Foundation from February 28 to March 1 on the theme- "New India: Turning to Roots, Rising to Heights." (ANI)

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