The government on Tuesaday put to rest controversy revolving separate township for the displaced community.
Rashid along with his supporters took out a protest march from Batamaloo towards the civil secretariat against the proposed plan.
Pakistan’s Foreign Office spokeswoman Tasnim Aslam said at a news briefing that India cannot change the population mix by settling outsiders in Kashmir.
BJP appeared keen not to rock the boat by raking up any controversial issue, including on separatists.
VHP state unit Rama Kant Dubey termed separatists as ‘unholy people’’ who had become ‘power centre’ in the Valley.
“I was 20 years old when militants of JKLF killed my father in broad daylight…,” said Ashutosh.
“We have to solve this issue, with taking the people of Jammu, Kashmir, Ladakh and Delhi on board,” said Kashmiri poet Zarief Ahmad Zarief.
“I will not be able to spell out the details of the policy because nothing is finalized yet,” said Rijiju.
The Opposition as well as separatist leaders want the Pandits to return to their homes.
Says govt committed to dignified return of the migrants.
The BJP-PDP alliance in the state had mentioned rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits in their common minimum programme.
The organisation’s president expressed disappointment over Kashmiri Pandits not being taken into confidence.
“No right minded Kashmiri will support the ghettoisation of Kashmiri Pandits,’’ Omar wrote on the twitter.
The Separatists say they will oppose any move to settle Kashmiri Pandits in separate enclaves.
The issue of return of nearly 62,000 families of Kashmiri Pandits was in the Common Minimum Programme (CMP) of the BJP-PDP alliance in the state.