Sikh activist rescues 32 Kashmiri girls studying in Pune
PUNE – New Delhi-based Sikh activists helped 32 Kashmiri girls studying in Pune reach their home in Kashmir post abrogation of Article 370 in the area.
On the one hand, after the abrogation of Article 370 from Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK), BJP leader made obscene statement about Kashmiri girls; on the other hand, the Sikh community has set a precedent of humanity by helping the Kashmiri girls.
Video of Sikh activists facilitating the return of 32 Kashmiri girls has gone viral. They also arranged air tickets for their travel.
“We want to go back to our homes,” was the panicky call that software engineer Harminder Singh Ahluwalia received a week ago. On the other side of the phone were 32 Kashmiri girls, terrified as he recalls it, and panicking visibly after the government moves in Kashmir.
And even more so after a Chief Ministers comments about the availability of Kashmiri girls.