Nearly 60,000 Kashmiri Pandit families are registered as migrants after the onset of militancy in the Kashmir Valley in early 1990s.
The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Monday decided to reopen 'fresh registration' for Kashmiri migrants and displaced persons.
BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra noted that the Jammu and Kashmir government has now notified new domicile rules.
After his release, Karate had parted ways with Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front led by Mohammad Yasin Malik and is now part of another faction of the JKLF.
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.
"Shikara" revisits a slice of modern Indian history that Bollywood forgot to acknowledge, and the effort is brought to life by a veteran filmmaker hailing from that region.
The court's decision has been taken on the assurance from the Centre and state government that there will be no law and order situation arising out of the release.
The petitioners have maintained that the trailers of the movie that are being shown on the television indicate that the movie has the potential of communal polarisation.
He also said no one can side with the statements of three detained CMs of the erstwhile state who had said that abrogation of provisions of Article 370 will separate Kashmir from India.
The trio — journalist Majid Hyderi, political activist Iftikhar Misgar and lawyer Advocate Irfan Hafiz Lone — approached the court in Srinagar.
"Shikara" is set against the backdrop of the Kashmiri Pandit exodus from the Kashmir Valley in late 1989 and early 1990.