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KPs criticise JK govt for not being invited to all party meet

india Updated: Jul 10, 2010 13:30 IST

Kashmiri Pandits today criticised Jammu and Kashmir government for ignoring the minority community in the all party meeting convened by it on Monday to discuss the ongoing unrest in the Valley.

"We feel left out as the government has not invited any of the Kashmiri Pandit organisation for the meeting," Chairman of the All Parties Migrant Coordination Committee Vinod Pandit told reporters in Srinagar.

"Pandits are part and parcel of Kashmir and needed to be included in the meeting as we too have a view point in the entire affair and need to be a part of the decision making," he said.

Among others, the government has invited National Conference, Indian National Congress, Peoples Democratic Party, Bhartiya Janata Party, National Panthers Party, CPI (M), CPI, Peoples Democratic Forum, Democratic Party Nationalist, Bahujan Samaj Party, Rashtriya Janata Dal and Nationalist Congress Party.