The targeted killings that have taken place in recent days have created an atmosphere of instability in Jammu and Kashmir. Hindu and Kashmiri pundits and people from other states are being killed here. Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray testified that he would do his best for the Kashmiri pundits. On the other hand, Raza Academy has also sided with Kashmiri Pandits and the academy organized protests in front of the Minara Mosque in Mumbai.
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Raza Academy yesterday (June 4) condemned the ongoing targeted killings in Jammu and Kashmir. The academy organized a protest outside the Minara Mosque in Mumbai in support of the Kashmiri Pandits. Activists from Raza Academy as well as other citizens were present in large numbers on this occasion. Stop the atrocities against Kashmiri pundits at the hands of the protesters,” was the slogan. “The atrocities in Kashmir must stop. Strict action must be taken against the perpetrators,” said Muhammad Saeed Nuri, president of the Raza Academy.
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On the other hand, the repercussions of the ongoing massacre in Jammu and Kashmir are felt throughout the country. Leaders are reacting to stop this injustice. Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray should also stop this violence. We have promised to help Kashmiri Pandits as much as possible.
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What did Uddhav Thackeray say?
The Shivshahi government was formed in Maharashtra in 1995. Then Shiv Sena chief Balasaheb Thackeray had given a reservation on education to the children of Kashmiri Pandits in Maharashtra as a special matter. Also, the chief of Shiv Sena constantly raised his voice to protect the Kashmiri pundits. Maharashtra has always maintained a sensitive relationship with the Kashmiri Pandits. We consider it our duty and we look at it with a sense of duty. We are currently closely monitoring the situation in the valley. Talks are also taking place with leaders of Kashmiri Pandits. I repeat, we will do our best for Kashmiri Pandits. He will not let them go. Maharashtra will do his duty, said Uddhav Thackeray.