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Indoctrination of the Masses

While the Pandits always offered a hand of friendship and amity to the Muslims, the latter found ways and means of excluding them from their share of progress and development in the State. Side by side, the 'Maktubs' (schools for imparting Islamic religious teaching) and mosques were used a breeding grounds for indoctrinating the Muslims in religious intolerance and communal hatred towards the Pandits and towards India. 

Even political platforms were used openly not only by leaders of fundamentalist parties but also by people of the State representing the so-called secular national parties for preaching Islamic fundamentalism, communal prejudice and secession. Private and State institutions were rife with anti-national and communal elements and they received encouragement and incentives from the government.
 






Terrorists' propaganda.

This systematic and planned indoctrination of the majority community had its direct repurcussions on the minority community in the valley. They became the easy targets of urchins, hooligans and other anti-social elements. They were abused and manhandled even during sporting events between India and Pakistan, be it hockey, cricket, Asiad or Olympics, irrespective of the outcome of the games. During the celebration of national days like the Independence Day and the Republic Day, the Kashmiri Pandits used to be the targets for assault and humiliation. Events in neighbouring Pakistan, be it the hanging of Mr. Bhutto or the air-crash involving Gen. Zia-Ul-Haq, had a direct bearing on the cathartic rage against Kashmiri Hindus. Even happenings in remote areas of the Middle-East like the Arab-Israeli was and the burning of Al-aqsa mosque had a fall out on the Pandits in the valley who were targetted by Muslim fundamentalists. In fact they were blamed for all the ills ailing the society, for all the corruption and nepotism indulged into by the Muslim rulers of the State, themselves. They had become the whipping boys of the administration and of the majority community in the valley. 
 

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Genesis (Why Homeland?)
The State of Jammu and Kashmir
The Hindus of the Valley
Advent of Islam and Persecution
Accession to India & Persecution
The real import of  'Naya Kashmir'
Administrative and State Conspiracy
Perseverance of Kashmiri Pandits
Indoctrination of the Masses
Disinformation
Writing on the wall
Rise of Armed terrorism
Sleeping conscience of the country
Adding salt to injury
Exile
Apartheid
Betrayal
Survival
Homeland
What is Homeland?
What area do we claim for the Homeland and why?
Why a separate portion as Homeland when whole of the valley belongs to us?
What claim does the exiled community have for a Homeland?
What are the overall implictions of granting the Homeland?
What will be the socio-political set up in the Homeland?
How does call for a Homeland serve the national interest and prevent the balkanisation of the country ?
Are we internationalizing the Kashmir issue by raising a call for a Homeland for the displaced Kashmiris and by appealing to the community of nations?
What about settlement outside the valley in the State or outside the State of Jammu & Kashmir?
Is Homeland slogan in any way against the interests of the community?
What if the terrorist outfits operating in the Valley give a call asking the exiles to return to the valley?
Is Homeland a viable proposition?
What about the displaced Kashmiris settled outside the valley?
What about Article 370 and the Homeland?
Why is Homeland so urgent?
Is it a Hindu Homeland that we are seeking?
What is Panun Kashmir and what does it stand for?

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