Mehbooba tweeted – Mufti Saheb was very upset when Kashmiri Pandits were forced to leave Kashmir Valley: Jammu Kashmir.
Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president and former Chief Minister of the erstwhile Jammu and Kashmir state, Mehbooba Mufti, recalled her father, the late Mufti Mohammed Sayeed, tweeting that Mufti Saheb was deeply upset about the Kashmiri Pandits leaving their homes. He was often upset that Kashmiri Pandits living in Kashmir were forced to leave their homes.
Mufti Mohammad Saeed also created a wider atmosphere for the return of Kashmiri Pandits to Kashmir during his first term as Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir.
Mehbooba Mufti said it was a heartfelt wish for Mufti Saheb that Kashmiri Pandits should return home because everyone knows Kashmir is incomplete without Kashmiri Pandits. It is for this reason that Mufti Saheb was committed to the return of Kashmiri Pandits to Kashmir.
It may be mentioned here that on 9 April 2015, the former Chief Minister of the erstwhile Jammu and Kashmir state, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, also said in his statement that Kashmir is incomplete without Kashmiri Pandits.
No separate homeland will be created for Kashmiri Pandits in Kashmir. Such situations are being prepared by the government that Kashmiri Pandits will once again be reunited with their old Muslim neighbors. This is his heartfelt desire and it will make him very relaxed.
Muslim brothers gave shoulder to Kashmiri Hindu meaning, exemplified by communal harmony
Somebody has told the truth that there is no religion of humanity and it has been shown to be true once again today by the Muslim brothers of Kashmir.
In the whole of Kashmir, air services were severely affected due to the ongoing snowfall in the early hours today, while in many areas the roadways were also cut from other district headquarters. In this situation, a Kashmiri Hindu aged hospitalized died in hospital this morning.
When the elderly’s body was taken to the family ambulance and taken home, heavy snowfall blocked their way. In such a situation, the Kashmiri Muslim brothers living there reached the spot and escorted the Hindu elder’s bier to his village.
60-year-old Hindu Bhaskar, a resident of village Pargochi in the district, admitted for treatment in a hospital in Kashmir, died.
After completing all the formalities at the mournful family hospital, as soon as the ambulance of the hospital took the body towards its village, heavy snowfall stopped the ambulance from moving a few kilometers before the village.
In such a situation, when the Kashmiri brothers came to know about it, they immediately came out of their homes.
At first, they tried to push the ambulance stuck in the snow, but when it could not be known, then amidst the snowfall, all the Muslim brothers have given a wonderful example of humanity by taking the Hindu’s shoulder to his house.