Hundreds of fearful Kashmiri Pandits fled the Valley on Friday for the Hindu-majority Jammu district, despite the Centre’s refusal to grant their request for transfer. In the midst of this, the Kashmiri Pandit Sangharsh Samiti (KPSS), a renowned Pandit organization, wrote an open letter to the Chief Justice of J&K, pleading with him to intervene and allow frightened Pandits to leave the Valley. Hundreds of vehicles transporting Pandit employees and their families left the Valley early in the morning from Pandit transit colonies in Mattan and Vessu in south Kashmir, Sheikhpora in Srinagar, and Baramulla and Kupwara in north Kashmir.
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