He subsequently worked for The Statesman, The Times of India and Star News among others. At least 600 Kashmiri Pandits were killed in the months before the forced exodus of the community from the valley between 1989-90. Now with Mr Bukhari’s death a whole new dimension has opened up and one really doesn’t know where danger is lurking,” added Inayat, who has covered elections, floods and encounters in the state. January 19, 1990, a date which etched in Kashmiri Pandits collective memory, a date that is hard to forget no matter how hard one tries to erase the memories of that night, they come back to haunt them again and again. Sant Kumar Sharma, a seasoned journalist, is an authority on Jammu and Kashmir. Since then, Zahra is facing vilification on the internet. New Delhi: A well-known Kashmiri Pandit chef and an aspiring Kashmiri Muslim journalist are saving thousands of lives by arranging plasma for Covid affected patients across the Delhi-National Capital Region (NCR). In an exclusive interview to human rights defender and journalist Teesta Setalvad, Sanjay Tickoo tells us their story, many elements of which are bound to reshape the narrative around the struggles of the community. As a woman journalist with a Kashmiri Pandit surname, who traveled a lot and met several random people on the ground, abduction and rape by terrorists was always a concern. NEW DELHI: A well-known Kashmiri Pandit chef and an aspiring Kashmiri Muslim journalist are saving thousands of lives by arranging plasma for Covid affected patients across the Delhi-National Capital Region (NCR). Journalism is not a crime. Prior to the pious Mata Kheer Bhawani annual Mela, a top Kashmiri journalist – Bashir Manzar has come in support of Kashmiri Pandits and debunked the Jagmohan conspiracy theory. Although people needed plasma but it wasn't quite visible on social media, so we started this helpline to facilitate Plasma requests". She said that when she went back to the valley after a gap of 12 years, as a journalist, her family feared that she might get targeted by terrorist groups for being both a woman and a Kashmiri Pandit. Managing the whole show on Twitter (@PlasmaNCR), the duo told IANS that one of the reasons to start the initiative was that "when the second wave hit the country and people came out to seek help, it was more about Oxygen, beds and ventilators, and less about Plasma. She posted the picture captioned ‘Gun Vs. Camera’ so late because she was in hospital for treatment due to the injuries she received while covering the encounter. The flight continued until 2000. Tikoo’s family had fled Kashmir in 1990 after terrorist insurgency broke out and religious minority community of Kashmiri Pandits became direct targets. T he question of Kashmiri Pandits returning to Kashmir is again up in the air as a more-or-less renowned journalist for an online media house just published something about it. A well-known Kashmiri Pandit chef and an aspiring Kashmiri Muslim journalist are saving thousands of lives by arranging plasma for Covid affected … “For instance if there was an encounter there would always be a safe zone for journalists. As a journalist, who extensively reports on Kashmiri Pandits, Shikara indicates to me an assuring development. With stone pelting incidents gaining ground, the whole nature of how the conflict is playing out has changed. See also. However, during the early 2000s, one of the constant fears was getting caught in an encounter or getting blown up in bomb blasts and suicide missions of terrorists. ALSO READ: Kashmiri Youth Are Deeply Alienated: Nidhi Razdan, You are targetted even more if you belong to the Kashmiri Pandit community for example. Dar initially claimed that he had lost count of the number of his victims but, on the insistence of the journalist interviewing him, he settled on the murder count of 22 victims. Speaking to OpIndia Hindi editor Ajit Bharti, Divya said that being a Kashmiri Pandit she disowns the movie completely which she felt is fabricated and devoid of facts. The Exodus of Kashmiri Hindus, also sometimes known as the Exodus of Kashmiri Pandits, refers to the series of anti-Hindu pogroms and attacks that took place shortly after the inception of the Muslim-dominated insurgency in Jammu and Kashmir in 1989, which eventually forced Kashmiri Hindu Pandits out of the Kashmir Valley. In the 90’s, an estimated 300,000 Kashmiri Hindus fled for their lives and settled outside Kashmir. She feels that safety concerns have altered in the sense that in the earlier years of the strife you had a clearer idea of how to safeguard yourself. NEW DELHI: A well-known Kashmiri Pandit chef and an aspiring Kashmiri Muslim journalist are saving thousands of lives by arranging plasma for Covid affected patients across the Delhi-National Capital Region (NCR). In a message to the people of the country, the duo said: "This is the time to come forward and help as many people as you can. The Exodus of Kashmiri Hindus, also sometimes known as the Exodus of Kashmiri Pandits, refers to the series of anti-Hindu pogroms and attacks that took place shortly after the inception of the Muslim-dominated insurgency in Jammu and Kashmir in 1989, which eventually forced Kashmiri Hindu Pandits out of the Kashmir Valley. Senior journalist Mahrukh Inayat who has covered Jammu and Kashmir since 2003, feels that the valley is one of the most challenging places to report from. This is an example of how images and words can be taken out of context to target a journalist. Rainawari was a mixed neighbourhood where many Kashmiri Pandits lived before militancy. I am a part of Network of Women in Media, India but how many people in Kashmir are supporting us?,” Nabi states. At present there are at least 808 Kashmiri Pandit families still living in the valley, many in refugee … Many of them have sold their property. See, the problem is that the Kashmiri Pandit narrative has always been there; but there are some 40-50 people who run the so-called intellectual discourse of this country, and every time anyone spoke about the plight of Kashmiri Pandits, these people were very quick to … The KPSS has placed the number of Kashmiri Pandits killed by militants from 1990 to 2011 at 399, the majority during 1989-90. Rahul Pandita, Kashmiri author and journalist. The initiative is spearheaded by Sanjay Raina, a Kashmiri Pandit Chef from Srinagar who is based in Delhi, and Adnan Shah, a Kashmiri Muslim who hails from Kupwara and studies journalism in Delhi. Days after the country was hit by a severe second wave of the coronavirus, a social service initiative, “Plasma NCR”, was started to help people get plasma for their near and dear ones. Digitalist Tech Media © 2021 All Rights Reserved. >Absence of common associations for journalists, that can have a bigger voice have led to fragmented media. “After Shujaat Bukhari’s killing it is an open secret that nobody in Kashmir is safe.”, Indian journalists in Kashmir, Credit: SheThePeople. According to some estimates, notably by the Kashmiri Pandit Sangharsh Samiti (KPSS), of 75,343 Kashmiri Pandit families in January 1990, more than 70,000 fled between 1990 and 1992. ", Talking to IANS, Adnan said: "My parents were expecting me to be home on Eid and had booked my air tickets, but when they came to know about what we were doing, they told me not to come, and serve and help as many people as I can.". Masrat Zahra, freelance Kashmiri photojournalist. Otherwise, we could have closed nearly 2,100 cases. Women journalists in Kashmir often reported from print media in the early days but now have to venture out to broadcast or digicast, just like every where else. List of people from Jammu and Kashmir; References The state of scribes in J&K has been fragile for many years. Then her friends started sharing the image and after a few days she saw it floating on the internet with the title of Mukhbir (informer) on it because Indian army was all around her in the picture. Now there are small groups of editors and journalists but when it comes to journalists in Kashmir there needs to be a guiding union of women journalists specifically of Kashmir. Nidhi Razdan, award-winning television journalist. Female journalists are unsafe in Jammu and Kashmir because: > State and society are conservative, don’t applaud women in journalism The ethnic cleansing of Kashmiri Hindus from Kashmir valley is a disgraceful chapter in the history of free India, and it happened because all successive democratically elected Kashmiri Muslim politicians in Jammu and Kashmir took an umbrage under the Article 370 to resist any Central Government efforts to address the plight and suffering of Kashmiri Pandits and other minorities in the … I n early 1990, Kashmiri Pandits, a community of proud people whose history dates back 5,000 years, were transformed into exiles overnight. Some of the Kashmiri Pandit women were raped before they were killed in the early 1990s. Thirty years later, a film on their exodus, Shikara, written by Rahul Pandita and directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, has a Hindu character saying to another a line that … Zeenat Zeeshan Fazil who works with Republic TV as their Special Correspondent from Srinagar feels that every journalist working in Kashmir faces dire and severe safety issues. Haider to Shikara: Why Kashmiri Pandits are done being homeless and voiceless. Kak, a Pandit journalist who moved to Delhi. And the kind of nationalistic fervour things take just because the reporter and reporting is from Kashmir. If you can, tell us and donate plasma, we will arrange the transport for you, which we are currently doing for so many of our generous and kind donors. In another video, a devastated Kashmiri Pandit journalist Divya Razdan can be heard angrily beseeching the filmmaker during one of the movie’s screening which was … “The situation in Kashmir is such that you will never know when, how and where they will target you,” said Fazil. Safina Nabi says it’s high time journalists get together and focus on having an association for a bigger voice. Fazil also talked about how the state should be more awake to provide security to women journalists in Kashmir. Will their rehabilitation remain a political slogan? Both Sanjay and Adnan are managing nearly 150 donors a day and not a single request goes unattended. “We are already living in a society that is dealing with long years of conflict. The worst part is that the journalists from Kashmiri Pandit community who are the common friends of the Kashmiri Pandit Lady journalist and the so called senior Kashmiri Muslim journalist kept mum and gave him the free breathing space and abuse the community. Kashmiri Youth Are Deeply Alienated: Nidhi Razdan. I personally don’t care about what exactly is opined in the said article as facts, especially the historical facts, about Kashmir in general and about Kashmiri Pandits’ communally forced exodus in particular. There is always a restriction when it comes to women taking up journalism. Courtesy of Ashish Sharma. Ever since it came into being, Plasma NCR has clocked more than 1,500 cases, receiving at least 150 requests for plasma in a single day. But once militants started targeting Hindus, the exodus began. Many still live in migrant camps today and are eager to return to Kashmir, but their path there is uncertain. And many Kashmiri Muslims expressed their support for his Manzar’s tweet and the Pandit community welcomed his statement. Freelance journalist Safina Nabi who works from Srinagar spoke to SheThePeople.TV about how new age journalism has forced everyone to push boundaries to get the story. People believe that Islam for women is like they should stay inside the four walls of their houses,” Nabi says of how journalism is viewed in the valley. A Kashmiri Pandit and journalist recalled the horrors her community faced in front of a US human rights panel. >Criticism comes in different forms such as being Kashmiri or specifically Kashmiri Pandits “While working in the field, it remained a concern as some people showed hostility to my return as a journalist and my regular visits. Kaul, who is a Kashmiri Pandit, urged the Ministry of Home Affairs to immediately provide security to prominent Kashmiri Pandit activists as per security protocol or threat analysis. Going out for late night coverage of incidents was always a dangerous proposition because neither the security forces nor the terrorists expected a woman journalist around,” added Singh. She posted the picture on 15 May, 2017 on Facebook around 45 days after she had actually taken it on 1st April, 2017. “I’ve yet to see such a deep and durable bond between Hindus and Muslims,” says M.L. Times of India reporter Aarti Tikoo Singh began working in Kashmir as a journalist at a time when no other women newspaper reporters were around she says. They belong to the Pancha Gauda Brahmin group from the Kashmir Valley, a mountainous region located within the Indian-administered union territory of Jammu and Kashmir. As a woman journalist with a Kashmiri Pandit surname, who traveled a lot and met several random people on the ground, abduction and rape by terrorists was always a concern. Journalists in general and female reporters in particular have been under all kinds of threats when reporting from ground zero. Nabi contributes to Rising Kashmir as well as other publications like India Spend and Tehelka.”But women are trying to change such mindset in Kashmir by bringing in our own narrative,” she adds. A report prepared by the Concerned Citizens’ Group, led by former external affairs minister Yashwant Sinha, has said Kashmiri Pandits, who did not migrate from … “It’s the power of Kashmiriyat, the silken thread of unity,” says Hari Jaisingh, senior journalist and author of Kashmir: A Tale of Shame. Only a few months back, photojournalist from Kashmir’s Srinagar Masrat Zahra reportedly received threats online for posting a photograph of her covering an operation by armed security personnel in Kachdoora, Shopian district of the same state. Following the arrests made by Delhi Police, Kashmiri journalist Aditya Raj Kaul took to Twitter to place on record a threat he had received last year by Khalistani elements based abroad. Netizens shared the image widely portraying her as an informer and spy. They are the only remaining Hinducommunity … On We The People, a discussion on the forgotten tragedy of Kashmiri Pandits. Claim: Barkha Dutt justified massacre of Pandits in Kashmir in NDTV report 31 years ago, on this very day, Kashmiri Pandits witnessed a hysteric, macabre night in the form of blaring threats and slogans, asking them to flee their homeland, convert or die. He is based in Jammu since May 2000. Kashmiri Pandits originally lived in the Kashmir Valley before Muslim influence entered the region, following which large numbers converted to Islam. Please correct the marked field(s) below. ... the year when terrorism was taking its first step in J & K and soon there would be exodus of lakhs of Kashmiri Pandits from the Valley. Kaul, a Kashmiri Pandit journalist based in Delhi, said the police FIR was aimed at intimidating exiled Kashmiri Pandits further and asked the lieutenant governor to take the police “to task”. The duo provide plasma directly to the families of Covid-affected patients and not to hospital officials. In June 1990, in a television interview on Doordarshan, Farooq Ahmed Dar (aka Bitta Karate) calmly boasted of having personally killed at least 22 Kashmiri Pandits. Militants have been there in Kashmir from last three decades but past few years we are seeing a completely different scenario,” she said. The fact that you are a ‘local’ does help in terms of access but other than that it’s equally perilous for all, said Inayat. ", Punjab Government establishes 4 new laboratories to conduct free of cost dengue test, Punjab CM slams BJP over Malerkotla remarks, says attempts to light communal bomb will blow up in your faces, Haryana CM opens two Covid care hospitals, Martyr ASIs cremated with full state honours at their native villages, Yoga Bar aims expansion of product range in FY22, Farmers protesting against Haryana CM face batons, Explore possibility of Sputnik V procurement: Punjab CM, PM 'individualised' everything to become 'Vaccine Guru': Congresss, J&K Police refutes Mehbooba Mufti claim on arrest of Sehrai's sons, IPL helped get my rhythm back after injury layoff: Shami. Shujaat Bukhari (25 February 1968 – 14 June 2018),veteran Kashmiri journalist and the founding editor of Rising Kashmir. A deliberately silenced exodus, expected to … >They are trolled on grounds of religion The Kashmiri Pandits (also known as Kashmiri Brahmins) are a group of Kashmiri Hindus and a part of the larger Saraswat Brahmin community of India. Jammu and Kashmir Journalists, Credit: Representative Image in creative from Unsplash. We need to put more spotlight on the state of media and think of collective action to ensure the messengers are not shot. Rahul Pandita, an associate editor with the Open magazine in Delhi, is a journalist and author who belongs to the Kashmiri Pandit community, Hindus who had to … >Locals, outside journalists have common threats from terrorism However, during the early 2000s, one of the constant fears was getting caught in an encounter or getting blown up in bomb blasts and suicide missions of terrorists. After the shocking murder of veteran journalist and Editor of Rising Kashmir, Shujaat Bukhari, state of journalists in Jammu and Kashmir have come into question. 15/11/2019 7:00 PM updated: 15/11/2019 7:02 PM 487.5K “You have to take certain strict security measure and restrict the space given to militants who are roaming openly. Days after the country was hit by a severe second wave of the coronavirus, a social service initiative, "Plasma NCR", was started to help people get plasma for their near and dear ones. Journalists have to deal with fringe groups, are watched by terrorists, face political pressures and more,but women journalists face resistance from their own community as well. A well-known Kashmiri Pandit chef and an aspiring Kashmiri Muslim journalist are saving thousands of lives by arranging plasma for Covid affected patients across the Delhi-National Capital … Even as the last few decades have seen more and more media persons report from J&K, and the state of Kashmir has produced homegrown journalists, the threats are permanently lurking around the corner. In Kashmir, we as a society are patriarchal and conservative in nature. Raina said: "We have closed nearly 1,600 cases so far, however, 500-600 of our donors didn't have enough antibodies to actually donate the plasma. https://eurasiantimes.com/governon-jagmohan-hero-or-villan-of-kashmir The initiative is spearheaded by Sanjay Raina, a Kashmiri Pandit Chef from Srinagar who is based in Delhi, and Adnan Shah, a Kashmiri Muslim who hails from Kupwara and studies journalism in Delhi. Female scribes share that natives of the conflict-prone valley don’t consider journalism as a great profession for women because it gets them out of their homes, and put women in the frontlines of violence. On Jan. 19, Kashmiri Pandits marked 31 years since their migration. It’s clear not only are journalists targetted in the valley, being a female scribe makes your situation even worse with both seen and unseen pressures from state, society and terrorism. In an exclusive interview to human rights defender and journalist Teesta Setalvad, Sanjay Tickoo tells us their story, many elements of which are bound to reshape the narrative around the struggles of the community. There are no longer too many safety zones. “But the more unique aspect of my experience as a journalist in Kashmir was the historical and political baggage that my surname carried in the Valley.”, Indian women journalists in Kashmir, SheThePeople. 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