The Invisible Refugees
400,000 Kashmiri Pandits rendered homeless
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Introduction
Childhood Lost
Temporary Homeland
Kosovo & Kashmir
Numbers
Destruction of Buildings
Religious Places Destroyed

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Kashmiri Pandits' Agony - Their Temporary Homeland
Most of the Pandit refugees, mislabeled as "migrants", live in squalid camps with spiralling health and economic problems. That the Muslim-led state government of Jammu and Kashmir has ignored their plight comes as no surprise since the oppression of Kashmiri Pandits did not start in 1989, but much earlier. Between 1947 and 1989, hundreds of thousands of Kashmiri Pandits had left the valley to escape oppression by the Muslim majority. 
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