STATE TIMES NEWS SRINAGAR: Rainawari KP Action Committee (RKPAC) discussed the strategy to deal with situation that has emerged due to the encroachment of Shiva Temple, Kara Pura, Khushki, Rainawari, Srinagar. In the meeting held here on Sunday, the committee members condemned such act and urged the Governor to look into the matter to restore the ancient temple of Rainawari that has a well documented historical importance having religious significance. Besides, it was urged that temples of the exiled Kashmiri Pandits in Kashmir Valley are not only of religious importance to the Kashmiri Pandits but they are living monuments of the Sanskrit Indian civilization of which the Kashmiri Pandits are the anchors. B.L Jalali, President, Rainawari KP Action Committee said that the Committee has mobilised Kashmiri Pandits and the nationalist forces all over the nation and globe regarding this matter and no stone will be left unturned till the temple and its property is restored. “The community members will be forced to come on roads and resort to most vociferous and extreme steps if this issue is dragged under the carpet as it is the matter of our religious sentiments. All socio-political and religious organisations are requested to join hands to defeat the forces that are indulging in continuous genocide of Kashmiri Pandits in a comprehensive manner to erase their religious and cultural heritage in their homeland-Kashmir,” he said. Among those who were present in the meeting include Kishore Mattoo, D.N Kaul, Dr Mahesh Koul, Vijay Kumar Zutshi, Ravi Kaul, A.K Matoo, B.J Hak, P.K Saraf and S.K Koul.
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