Phailega Humara Maun: A poem on the biggest genocide
Kher, who himself is a Kashmiri Brahmin says that these people have been suffering silence but these voices will not be silent anymore.
NewsBharati 19-Jan-2022 13:40:06 PM
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In post-independent India, Kashmiri Pandits faced the biggest genocide and ethnic cleansing, leading to a life in exile while remaining refugees in their own country.
On 19 January 2017, Bollywood’s veteran actor Anupam dedicated a poem to the Kashmiri Pandits and posted it on YouTube. It was on the anniversary of Pandits’ migration from the Kashmir Valley due to Jihads.
Kher, who himself is a Kashmiri Brahmin says that these people have been suffering silence but these voices will not be silent anymore. In the video posted on YouTube, he recited a poem written by a Kashmiri poet Dr. Shashi Shekhar Toshkani.
On January 19, 1990, more than 60,000 Kashmiri Pandit families evacuated the valley and migrated after Pakistan-backed militancy against Indian Government began.