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March 13, 2011




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Home > 2011 Issues > March 13, 2011

Jammu-Kashmir People’s Forum Seminar in Delhi
Expose the terrorists and their harbingers. Clarify that Kashmir is inseparable from India - Mohan Bhagwat

"THERE is a need to conduct an extensive awareness drive all over the country on Jammu & Kashmir. The whole country needs to be united on this issue. This is a fact that not only the people who migrated from the State, but also each and every citizen of the country now want early solution to this problem," said RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri Mohan Bhagwat. He was speaking at a symposium held in New Delhi by Jammu-Kashmir People’s Forum on February 27.

English translation of the Hindi book, Vyathit Kashmir, (Jammu & Kashmir: A state in Turbulence) by Narendra Sehgal was also released on the occasion. Former Chief Justice of Uttarakhand High Court Shri Vinod Gupta presided over the function.

Shri Bhagwat stressed the need to present the whole issue of Kashmir in totality before all parliamentarians irrespective of their political attachment. We know the importance of awareness drive. That is why the awareness drive being conducted by the Sangh all over the country now-a-days includes the issue of Kashmir too. We have to educate every citizen of the country of the seriousness of this problem by visiting every house. It is the result of conducting continuous awareness that the countrymen today know that whole of Kashmir is ours and we have to take back the portions which are under illegal occupation of other countries. If we move in unison we shall be able to build pressure on the government which has adopted a dilly-dallying attitude on this vital issue. When the government fails the people have to come forward for the protection of the nation," he said.

Shri Bhagwat expressed concern over the weak political will of the government. "We all are aware of the seriousness of Kashmir issue. The government knows how to tackle it, but it has adopted an indifferent approach. In this situation we all need to take some initiatives," he said alleging that the government has rather taken wrong step on Kashmir by patronising the anti-nationals and punishing the patriots," he added.

The RSS chief further said the solution to Kashmir problem should be in the interest of Bharat alone. He out rightly rejected any foreign interference on it.

Justice (retd) Shri Vinod Gupta said after 1947 many compromises were made on Kashmir to appease a certain section of the society. Unfortunately, this disastrous policy still continues and the whole country is paying price of it. If we had changed the demography of Jammu & Kashmir immediately after Independence the situation would have been completely different today.

Shri Narendra Sehgal and many other people attending the function also shared their views on the issue.Noted journalist Shri Jawaharlal Kaul proposed a vote of thanks. (FOC)




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