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India1947 PoK DPs are worst victims of Kashmir tangle: JKSAC

1947 PoK DPs are worst victims of Kashmir tangle: JKSAC


Tawi, July 25: Sharnarthi Action Committee meet was held in Jammu that welcomed the assertions made by Home Minister and Sushma Swaraj and her spokesman  Vikas Saroop.

While addressing the meeting, Gurdev Singh President JKSAC termed these statements as a positive steps towards the vacation of illegal occupation of POK. These statements has vindicated the stand taken by JKSAC since 1967 to get our own area back at different state and central Govt. forums and get settled DPs in their own areas of POK. He said that Kashmir issue would have been resolved much earlier, had not returned back the areas of POK to Pakistan vacated by brave Indian soldiers after shedding their blood in the successive 1947, 1965 and 1971 wars. He said that India has committed many mistakes in the past particularly during the war, as instead of availing the opportunity to get free POK India got herself restricted only to flush out Pakistani soldiers-cum-terrorists from her soil. All these mistakes has encouraged Pakistan to propagate it's legacy over J&K and also spread terrorism in the state and country and the present turmoil in valley is outcome of all these negligence. Present in the meeting were Netar Prakash, Master Yog Raj, Sub. Doulat Ram, Rakesh Gupta, Master Mohan Singh and Master Harbans Singh.

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