Another page of Kashmir files: (Himanshu Sharma/Zahid farooqui). Terrorism has no religion and no matter what religion a person worships, he is a human being. There was a period in Kashmir where there was another monstrous panic and on the other side there were human beings. Terrorism may have worn a cloak on one religion, but the people standing on the other side were the ones who were really religious, who prayed sincerely and protected each other. There was no non in that Gulistan.
Earlier this locality and many such localities used to flourish in the valley. Temple bells rang and azaan was heard. There was no religious animosity in anyone’s mind. Then suddenly panic came. These devil terrorists were wearing the cloak of a religion.
we were friends. Though non-religious, our relationship was deeper than blood. When Satan spread his terror, everything started burning in his fire. Friend – Can not come forward to save the friend. He becomes compelled in front of those devils. He cares about himself and his family. Your old parents, your children, your wife and your sister. With this blood of friendship, he binds a deep relationship with consolation. Looking into the eyes of a friend, he explains his situation and helplessness without saying. Nevertheless, he vows to help him in any case. this friendship religion.
Do not see, this is not religion, it is true friendship, which people also call true worship of God.
The film ‘The Kashmir Files’ was only one page of the story. Watch a short interview video from the page of the same file, in which you will see another story written on the second page of the Kashmir file. The low minded people who are not digesting the film ‘The Kashmir File’ and they talk like fear of Hindu-Muslim riots or those people who after watching this film start shouting slogans of revenge like rioters, such people.
Such people will also have to reverse the other pages of the file.
The pain of terrorism and the pain of displacement was not exclusive to any one caste or community. People were bound to each other by emotional ties. The sorrow and pain of the passing of those who left, is tormenting those friends for the last 31 years and even today, remembering the era of their childhood and youth, they weep bitterly when all the friends were without any terror fear. K used to play hansa in the open plains of the valley.
Vivek Agnihotri has told the story written on a page of the file in his film with complete truth and honesty, but there is no doubt that along with Kashmiri Pandits, many more Hindus and Sikhs living in Kashmir also have to flee. Had to do This pain is very deep and for 31 years there was no medicine on it. When an attempt was made to make a film by making a film, then it is natural for some people to get their tears. The pain of displacement did not belong to any one community alone. It was very painful even for those who had a true heart.
Since then he treated his Hindu neighbors as his family. To understand this pain, one has to be extremely intense and strong emotionally.