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.
Chopra was referring to the horrific Kashmiri Pandit exodus from Kashmir that happened on January 19, 1990, which is the subject of his new film.
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'.
In a letter to the panel, the Kashmiri Overseas Association said that without their testimony, the committee hearing promoted anti-Hindu sentiment and peddle an anti-Indian propaganda machine.
The film narrates the plight of Kashmiri Pandits, who were displaced in their own country.
Bhagwat said there is also a need to restore the rights of residents which were denied to them.
The Kashmiri Pandit delegation thanked the Prime Minister for the abrogation of Article 370 and said that their 700,000 community members were 'indebted' to his government.
On August 5, the government abrogated Article 370 and bifurcated Jammu and Kashmir into two Union Territories.
Senator Sherrod Brown urged Modi to ensure that all minority voices have a seat at the table to ensure Kashmir's future reflects those who have called that region home for generations.