Most of the Kashmiri Pandits are well settled now. The only issue is their return back to Kashmir.
They faced worst after migration but the plight didn't continue for long. They handled it well and migration proved blessing in disguise for them. @kavita_krishnan
— Deepika Singh Rajawat (@DeepikaSRajawat) November 19, 2018
Hi Deepika Rajawat, I am a Kashmiri Pandit, let’s talk.
Let us first talk about you and your recent interview with Quint wherein you talked about how your job was getting affected because of the Kathua case, a case you voluntarily decided to fight. In the interview, you also talked about how the father of the Kathua victim was ungrateful, as you did appear in 2 of the 100+ hearings on the case.
Your post-Kathua case journey has been interesting, you have benefited greatly from the new found fame that has been bestowed on you by the Lutyens ecosystem, good for you.
Now let’s talk about your recent tweet on how Kashmiri Pandit genocide was a ‘blessing in disguise’ for them. Well, that comment of yours reduces you to a subhuman insect and I am being polite here. Being a Kashmiri Pandit, a victim of your favourite cult, I take serious offense to your malodorous tweet.
Before you, many subhumans of your Lutyens ecosystem like Sagarika, Rajdeep, Burkha, many dynast historians and forced celebs have tried to normalize the Kashmiri Pandit genocide, but the fact that you went ahead and called our genocide a “blessing in disguise” is nauseating at multiple levels.
You see, when you call our genocide a ‘blessing in disguise’ there is a lot that you are asking us to be grateful about. You are asking us to be grateful for the rapes of thousands of our women, you are asking us to be grateful for the brutal, public murders of our relatives, you are asking us to celebrate the fact that we are refugees in our own country and the fact that we pay with our lives if were to go HOME.
Unlike you and your elite pseudo human friends, my earliest childhood memory is walking the streets of Udhampur, with my family. The memory of my dad carrying a single suitcase, with us having nowhere to go, is still fresh in my head. The barriers we faced were multiple. We had no acquaintances in the town, nor did we speak their language. With a sudden surge of outsiders, locals were obviously skeptical of us. Your friends in media did us no favors either. Our genocide was ignored like it did not even happen, which translated to the locals having their doubts about us. From having a house with 25 rooms, we were suddenly on the road with no roof over our heads.
Blessing in disguise?
We finally managed to get a room, rooms were scarce as the influx was massive. We divided the room we had in 4 parts, each corner was assigned a different purpose a bed corner, a study corner, a kitchen, and a bathing corner. Others were not as lucky, the lesser fortunate among us were herded into camps in and around Jammu. The ratio being one tent for 50 people! The tents would hold their ground till strong winds would uproot them, their plight was similar to ours.
The Hindu-hatred of the people in power was apparent as the camps were suspiciously set around industrial areas. From breathing in fresh air of the valley our people were forced to breathe in the hazardous air from the industries. Respiratory and skin problems became common and due to the obvious lack of attention from the people in power, many of my people lost their lives. To add, the climate was unlike anything that we had witnessed, which translated to the elderly losing their lives to heat strokes.
Kashmiri Pandits, who had businesses in the valley were forced to commit suicide as they lost everything they ever owned, many became permanent lunatics because of the sheer shock of the genocide. The relief amount by the government was a measly amount of 500 INR per family, regardless of the family size. The amount was clearly insufficient to sustain a family, but I guess that was the idea.
To insects like Deepika Rajawat, all this was a ‘blessing in disguise’.
The false narrative of the imaginary ‘Kashmiriyat’, in reality, is a mere cover for the haivaniyat of the Islamists. The pro-Congress media has led the masses into believing that Kashmir is a political problem, when, in fact, it was always a religious one.
Deepika Rajawat, the cult that you so vehemently defend and cover for, is the same cult that sees you as a kafir and is just waiting for the right demography. You would be surprised at how things change overnight. Take my word Deepika Rajawat, what is our past, could very well be your future. Your self-imposed myopia today will lead to your future generations spitting on your garlanded photograph. Your financial gains today will not help your future generations.
Deepika Rajawat, you and your subhuman leftist friends can hate us all they want, you wish to celebrate the Kashmiri Pandit genocide, feel free to do that too. But let me assure you, we aren’t going anywhere.