A Kashmiri Pandit's Appeal To The Prime Minister
"Dear PM, help us get the jobs we were promised." A group of Kashmiri Pandits from Srinagar have been sitting on a “fast-unto-death” protest for two weeks, demanding jobs from the Centre. One of them relayed this message to the PM by speaking to Brut.
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