Powerful Pawns of the Kashmir Conflict: Kashmiri Pandit Migrants

@article{Sarkaria2009PowerfulPO,
  title={Powerful Pawns of the Kashmir Conflict: Kashmiri Pandit Migrants},
  author={M. Sarkaria},
  journal={Asian and Pacific Migration Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={18},
  pages={197 - 230}
}
  • M. Sarkaria
  • Published 2009
  • Sociology
  • Asian and Pacific Migration Journal
Tens of thousands Kashmiri Pandits (the Hindus of Kashmir) left the Kashmir Valley during the Kashmiri Independence movement of 1989–1990. This migration has been fervently debated by all sides ever since. The voices of Pandit advocacy organizations have gained prominence and often serve to create a narrative that forwards the Indian government's interests: painting the conflict in Kashmir as one of Muslim desire for communal hegemony versus the Indian state's secularism and democracy. This… Expand

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