Shimla: Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Praveen Togadia on Sunday warned against delay in rehabilitating the Kashmiri Pandits, saying they have been displaced for over 25 years and should be settled in Jammu and Kashmir in three months.
Addressing a gathering here, Togadia warned both the Centre and the Jammu and Kashmir government that any delay in their rehabilitating would not be tolerated.
The VHP leader said they should be settled as per their choice. "The separatists have no right to tell where the Kashmiri Pandits would live."
Togadia also said that "in case of delay in their rehabilitation, the VHP will launch a march towards Jammu and Kashmir" and demanded that the separatists opposing the rehabilitation should be arrested.