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New Delhi, June 11 (KNO) : Kashmiri Samiti Delhi (KSD) President Sumeer chrungoo cautioned the community about the press statement and meeting with the Hurryat by some individuals and talking about the reconciliation. Sumeer Chrungoo in a statement issued to KNO said that isn't it irony to see some self-styled (so called) Activists trying their best to take our Community for granted. Last year too we saw these chameleons at Mata Kheer Bhawani and tried their best to derail the process of GOI and spoke to some media as to create a wedge between our own brethren. Don't understand why they do this, who tells them to speak on behalf of our community? By doing this, don't you think they kill our cause? Entire Community needs to identify and recognise these people who at behest of Hurriyat or Separatists speak Hindu Muslim Bhai chara. Any attempt of reconciliation is an attempt to dilute the attempts of GOI and community as a whole to put an end to our genocide. At a time when GOI is doing is best to curb the menace of Islamic Jihad in Kashmir, we should stand firm and reject any attempt of reconciliation. Those who are barbing about reconciliation are hobnobbing with Hurriyat and anti-India forces. “We caution community to stay alert and defeat this sinister agenda,” he added.(KNO)

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