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Twenty-six years after the exile of Kashmiri Pandits from the Valley, former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister asserted that militancy has waned in the Valley and the proof of Pandits being safe is the presence of many community members who continue to live in the Kashmir. He also refuted that government’s rehabilitation packages announced in the recent past have found no takers. “I don’t know who has gone back. But there are a number of Hindus living there and very comfortably, and they are living in villages,” “onus” is on the Pandits to return. Dr. Abdullah also said if the current BJP-led NDA government is serious about the rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits, should take initiative and organise a meeting with Pandits and Muslim community leader and see how it can Work BJP patriarch LK Advani’s book and oraganise meetings between stakeholders to ferret out solutions. If this thing has to be decided then what should be done in promoting this to its logical end, as was done when Advani was home minister, there were lots of meetings then,” he said. thing has to be decided then the government should take initiative and organise a meeting with Pandits and Muslim community leader and see how it can work and what should be done in promoting this to its logical end, as was done when Advani was home minister, there were lots of meetings then,” he said.asserted that militancy has waned in the Valley and the proof of Pandits being safe is the presence of many community members who continue to live in the Kashmir.
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