Modi regime’s writ in IIOJK just cosmetic, Pandit employees seek relocation outside valley

Jammu, July 31 (KMS): Belying Modi-led Indian government’s claim that ‘All is Ok’ in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Pandit employees, who have been on an indefinite protest seeking transfer from the Kashmir Valley have said that the writ of Indian occupation government runs only cosmetically in the territory.

Nearly 4,000 Pandits are working in different government departments in the valley after their selection under ‘the Prime Minister’s Employment Package’.

These employees, who think that they being made a scapegoat of the Modi’s Hindutva agenda in IIOJK, y have been on an indefinite strike in support of their demand for their relocation outside the Kashmir valley for their safety.

Citing safety concerns, they appealed to the Indian parliamentarians on Sunday to back their demand of transfer from the Kashmir valley.

The All Migrant (displaced) Employees Association Kashmir (AMEAK), which has been spearheading the protest for over 80 days, said that the writ of “the state runs only cosmetically”.

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