30 years of exile of Kashmiri Pandits, trending on social media #HumWapasAayenge

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People shared their ache by releasing video messages on #HumWapasAayenge. Still ready for homecoming today

new Delhi: 30 years of displacement of Kashmiri Pandits from Kashmir Valley goes to be accomplished. A dialogue of the Bollywood movie 'Shikara' on the displacement of Kashmiri Pandits, 'Hum Aayenge Apne Watan' is trending on social media with #HumWapasAayenge. People are sharing their movies associated to it on social media. The movie 'Shikara' is predicated on the bloodbath of thousands and thousands of Kashmiri Pandits that came about on 19 January 1990. The movie might be launched on 7 February. <! –


Please inform that on January 19, the deportation of Kashmir Pandits from the valley will full 30 years. Earlier, #HumWapasAayenge began trending on social media.

Akanksha Bhatt launched the video from her Twitter account, writing, 'Nothing can heal the recollections of a Kashmiri Pandit's life .. But there’s a hope that … #HumwapasAngaye'

Rohit additionally shared a video of his return to Kashmir from his Twitter account.

Commentator Sunanda Vashisht shared her childhood picture along with her Twitter account #HumWapasAayenge. In this tweet, Sunanda Kashmir wrote, remembering her childhood spent in Kashmir. 'I don't have many childhood pictures. Choosing between life and household albums shouldn’t be actually an possibility. When the lives had been saved, the household albums had been left behind. It's been 30 years. The resolve to return house has solely strengthened '

Chandrakant Bhatt Pandita wrote, 'Tomorrow, on January 19, 2020, we are going to full 30 years of deporting Kashmiri Pandits from our motherland. I problem the so-called secularists to additionally expertise deportation. I’m happy with our group, who stood agency towards all odds, exhibiting braveness and confidence always. '

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Khushboo Matto wrote, '30 years are misplaced. Eight rented locations. None of which is my very own wall. No gate is known as my house, Kashmir remains to be in our hearts, we’re not conversant in any avenue, all are alien …
30 years misplaced … '

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