Reception at the Congress of American Indians of the Kashmiri-Pandit community

New Delhi, December 6 Global Kashmiri Pandit Diaspora is hosting the private screening of “The Kashmir Files”, a film directed and written by award-winning director Vivek Agnihotri and produced by award-winning actor Pallavi Joshi.

The film is based on the Kashmir Pandit genocide and ethnic cleansing. The film portrays the humanitarian angle of the challenges that global terrorism brings and disrupts communities and renders them uprooted. It also highlights human pain and suffering. The film is screened in 16 cities across the United States.

The GKPD, in partnership with US India Security Council Inc, hosted a reception at the Congress of American Indians of the Kashmiri-Pandit community at the United States Capitol.

The purpose of the Congress reception was to celebrate and honor the achievements of their resilience and strength despite being victims of ethnic cleansing and genocide.

The evening began with remarks from Congressman Raja Krishanmoorthi, representing the United States. Congressman Krishnamoorthi thanked the Kashmiri Pandit community for all their contributions globally but also in the United States. He said the Kashmiri Pandit community is one of the most successful Native American communities.

Dr Surinder Kaul, co-founder of GKPD and co-host of the evening, himself a Kashmir pundit, said: “The pundits of Kashmir have always been ambassadors for peace and growth. The principles of community – universal brotherhood, benevolence, benevolence and sharing and the pursuit of knowledge led them to contribute to the upliftment of humanity in this civilized world. They never made violence with violence, hatred with hatred. This part of their genocide and ethnic cleansing has remained hidden from the world and will raise awareness of the impact of globalization terrorism on human lives.

Congressman Andy Barr, US Representative R-KY 6th District highlighted India-US relations and the contributions of American Indians.

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