Genocide of Kashmiri Pandits
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Universal Apathy: After the Exodus

  • More than 5000 persons have died in camps and elsewhere after their forced exodus from the valley. They died of
    • Sunstrokes (more than 1000) as most of them were used to cold climate of Kashmir and could not acclimitize to extremely hot temperatures in rest of India.
    • Heart attacks and accidents which have been mainly attributed to extreme psychological trau ma and mental pressures by the doctors.
    • Gastroenteritis and typhoid epidemics, snake bites etc. 
  • The cohesiveness of the displaced families has broken as they were to undergo Diaspora for finding livelihood in various parts of country.
  • Cultural Dilution - The whole displaced community with a distinct culture is facing the threat of extinction after loosing its natural habitat.
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