Two mosques in Srinagar, in Friday sermons on October 8, requested the public to desist from any action that is likely to cause or aggravate fear among Kashmiri Pandits living locally.
The call has been applauded by Kashmiri Pandit Sangharsh Samiti (KPSS). There are around 800 Pandit families living in the Valley.
The development comes in the backdrop of a spate of killings in the districts of Srinagar and Bandipora resulting in the death of around five persons, including three Hindus and one Sikh. The two mosques have set a positive precedent.