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KPs return to Valley: Shri Ram Sena hails resolution; Hardline Hurriyat says separate settlements unacceptable
J&K State President, Shri Ram Sena, Rajiv Mahajan hailed BJP-PDP Coalition Government for passing unanimous resolution in the State Assembly for the safe and honourable return of all Kashmir migrants to the Kashmir Valley.

While terming the resolution of return of Kashmiri migrants as a welcomed step by the ruling alliance, Mahajan also urged the state government to implement this resolution in letter and spirit on ground.

He said the resolution adopted by the Legislative Assembly has send a strong message to the anti-national forces and separatists that entire State is united on the issue of safe and honourable return of Kashmiri Pandits to the Valley.

He also hailed the resolution saying that this has strengthened the nationalist forces in the State and given a blow to those who speak the language of separatists.

Meanwhile, Syed Ali Shah Geelani, the hardline Hurriyat Conference chairman said that while they welcome Kashmiri Pandits return to the Valley, separate settlements were unacceptable.

Geelani termed the resolution in the assembly as a "political gimmick", while reportedly saying that, "Pandits are a part of our society and we have always asked them to return and we will welcome if they are willing to settle within us and in our society."

On Thursday, the J&K Assembly had passed a resolution for creating a conducive atmosphere for the return of the Kashmiri Pandits. The Legislative Council followed then suit and unanimously passed the said resolution.

The state government asserted it will go ahead with the proposal of setting up transit camps for the displaced community. 

Kashmiri Pandits were forced to leave the Valley 27 years back after militancy erupted.

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