JKUF to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day-2020 on Jan 27

1/25/2020

JKUF to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day-2020 on Jan 27


Jammu, Jan 25, 2020: Jammu and Kashmir Unity Foundation will be commemorating 75th International Holocaust Memorial Day on Jan 27, 2020 at Jammu.
JKUF is organizing a Panel Discussion on the Holocaust Remembrance Day titled " Genocides by Pakistan in J&K -1947 & Afterwards" at Press Club of Jammu at 2 p.m.
The Prominent Panelists include Ms. Arti Agarwal, Director, Ishittva Dharma Sansthapan Foundation, Dr. Ajay Chrungoo, Chairman Panun Kashmir, President Jammu for India, Dr. Gopal Parthasarthi Sharma, General Secretary JKUF, Tito Ganjoo, a Constitutional expert and Ajaat Jamwal, president JKUF.
In a press statement issued here, Mr. Ajaat Jamwal said that 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz by Russian forces and the ending of the Holocaust. The United Nations has chosen "75 years after Auschwitz - Holocaust Education and Remembrance for Global Justice". The theme reflects the continued importance, 75 years after the Holocaust, of collective action against antisemitism and other forms of bias to ensure respect for the dignity and human rights of all people everywhere.
He said that JKUF decided to commemorate this day as there has been either no work on Hindu Genocide in India by the invaders or whatever little has been done is at individual level.
"Under a well planned conspiracy the fake historians have tried to remove the race memory of Indians by introducing an altogether different history of India and by not allowing the writers, victims to talk or write about the Genocidal wars unleashed by invaders.
Ajaat Jamwal said that JKUF chose the topic Genocide by Pakistan in J&K-1947 & Afterwards because Islamic Republic of Pakistan has emerged as a Genocidal Country since its formation in 1947. Pakistan and its population indulged in genocide of Hindus and Sikhs of Mirpur, Bhimber, Muzaffarabad Gilgit-Baltistan, Skardu and within a months time whole population was either killed or was forced out of these areas. In past 72 years, Hindu, Sikh population in Pakistan has gone down to 2% from earlier 27%. The Kashmiri Hindu Genocide in Jammu and Kashmir and more than 150 massacres in Jammu region, in which three or more than three persons were killed by Pakistani backed terrorists, a Genocide has been committed in Jammu and Kashmir but which remains unrecognized by Indian state as well as the International organizations.
Ajaat Jamwal said that UN recognizes Armenian Genocide in which a million people were killed, Rwanda's Genocide Bangladesh Genocide but Hindu genocide sonce last 1000 years remains unrecognized.
He said that this is an attempt to raise a demand for recognition of Hindu genocide by Indian State and the International community and declare Pakistan a Genocidal Country.