It was alleged tht members of National Conference and PDP were getting monthly monetary benefits from the exchequer of the fund.
The peace march would feature civil society members, both Muslims and Kashmiri Pandits.
The diaspora group said that January 19 is marked by the Kashmiri Pandits worldwide as the 'exodus day' when the entire population of the community was forced to flee.
The period-drama 'Shikara' which is a love story that revolves around the true event of the mass exodus of the Kashmiri Pandits from the valley was released across the country on Friday, February 7.
In over three dozen cities and towns across the country, Indian-Americans held peaceful rallies, candlelight vigils and public meetings to highlight the ordeal of Kashmiri Pandits.
They demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should settle the community living as 'refugees in their own country' for the past 30 years at one place in the Valley.
Events have been planned in New York, New Jersey, Silicon Valley, Chicago, Miami, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and Detroit among other cities.
Kashmiri Pandits, who stayed back in Kashmir, say life is 'full of struggles' for them; most clearly remember the horrors of the past.
On this day 30 years back, the first batch of Kashmiri Pandits fled the Valley for safer pastures after terrorism reared its head with a vengeance, shattering the peace and idyll of the paradise.
January 19, is remembered as the 'Exodus Day' by the Kashmiri Pandits as it marks the exodus of the members of the community from the Valley in the wake of an outbreak of terrorism.
It said a delegation of the party would shortly meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah and present the 'Panun Kashmir Genocide and Atrocities Prevention Bill 2020'.
Diplomat Sandeep Chakravorty said that his remarks about Jammu and Kashmir and a reference to the Israeli issue have been taken out of context.