No Sikh will leave Kashmir: United Sikh Forum

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In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the United Sikh Forum, condemning the killing of two school teachers, said that no Sikh would leave Kashmir and appealed all the communities to get united at the time of crises.

The President of United Sikh Forum, Manmeet Singh in a media interview in Srinagar said, no Sikh is leaving Kashmir as the land belongs to both Kashmiri Sikhs and Muslims.

“We have to get united to fight against the elements trying to create a gap between the communities,” he added.

He said to protect Kashmiri brotherhood Maulanas and Muftis from Muslim community and leaders from Sikh community should get united and come forward to deal with such elements who are trying to create a wedge between the two communities.

Meanwhile, the General Secretary of Gurudawara Prabandak Committee (GPC), Navtej Singh addressing a press conference said that the minority community members won’t attend the duty unless the authorities assure their protection in the valley.

He said that the authorities had failed to safeguard the minority community in Kashmir. “We demand of the authorities to provide security to our government employees and assure the minority community that they are safe in the valley,” he added.—KMS

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