Arvind Kejriwal is the chief minister of Delhi.
Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi’s chief minister, said Kashmiri Pandits are being killed again in Jammu and Kashmir, as they were in the 1990s.
According to Kejriwal, Kashmiri Pandits are being targeted for murder in their homes, offices, and roads in the same way as they were in the 1990s. It is against humanity and country and nobody has done anything to stop it.
In spite of the fact that 16 Kashmiri Pandits have been killed this year, I demand high-level security for them. When Kashmiri Pandits raise their voices against it, they are suppressed. It is imperative for us to work together to re-establish them in Kashmir,” Delhi CM said.
Kejriwal said that Kashmiri Pandits should be given adequate security and that their voices should not be muted. They should be able to establish their homes in their janmabhoomi (birthplace).
“I appeal to the Centre that we will all have to work together to help Kashmiti Pandits settle in Kashmir, and we are ready to play any role we can,” he said.
On Wednesday, several parts of Jammu, Samba, and Kathua districts of Jammu and Kashmir were rocked by protests against the killing of a Hindu teacher in Kulgam.