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Hindutva is spreading its wings in the Valley

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Source: IndianExpress

The Muslim Rashtriya Manch (MRM), an RSS associate, is organising a conference of Kashmiri students in Delhi on Saturday to make them a part “in nation building and bring them on the right path”. They want to inculcate the values of nationalism among Kashmiri youth in order to build a stronger nation. The MRM was set up in 2012, for “nationalist” Muslims, under the leadership of senior RSS leader Indresh Kumar, who headed Sangh activities in J&K.

The MRM claimed to be expecting about 2,000 Kashmiri students from Delhi and its neighbouring states for the event. They have invited several BJP ministers at the Centre, including Home Minister Rajnath Singh, and such as Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh from Jammu and Kashmir.
The MRM conference will be held at the Constitution Club. The organisers have invited  Union ministers Jitendra Singh, Gen V K Singh, Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi and Krishan Pal Gurjar; J&K BJP leader and Administrator (Lakshadweep) Farooq Khan; and, Vice Chancellor of Jamia Millia Islamia Prof Talat Ahmad to witness the event.

Source: IndianExpressSource: IndianExpress

However, this conference has caused turmoil in the state of affairs of Valley. The BJP’s alliance partner PDP (The Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party is a state political party in Jammu and Kashmir, India.) saying they were not aware of “any such activity” and the separatists describing it as a “campaign to fragment our society”.

The PDP is hesitant to come out publicly against the event.  PDP has kept themselves from publically opposing the conference but some PDP leaders privately acknowledged that they viewed the conference as “part of a pattern” where Sanghis “unilaterally organise events or file petitions in various courts challenging the special status accorded to the state”.
PDP has found itself on the backfoot after various attempts by the sangh afgliates for revocation of Article 370 and the recent controversy over the issue of west pakistan refugees. These acts of the sangh parivaar are detrimental to the fragile and uneasy calm that has recently returned to valkey after months of unrest.