After the massacre of July 13, 1931, Maharaja Hari Singh appointed a Commission under an Englishman, BJ Glancy, an officer of the Foreign Affairs Ministry of the British Indian Government, to look into the demands of Muslims. The Glancy Commission submitted its report to the Maharaja on March 22, 1932. The Hindus felt that its recommendations were not favorable to the interests their community, and ousted Prem Nath Bazaz from the presidentship of the Sanatan Dharam Yuvak Sabha. Jialal Kilam was the new President. In April 1932, the Kashmiri Pandits launched a vigorous agitation, called the Bread Movement, asking the Maharaja not to implement Glancy’s recommendations. Hundreds of Hindus courted arrest. Jialal Kilam, Kashyap Bandhu and other prominent Hindus supervised and guided the agitation. But communal clashes took place in September 1932, killing the motive and the spirit of the agitation.
1949: India, Pak Discuss Plebiscite Administrators with UN
The views of the governments of Pakistan and India (on the list of names of the proposed Kashmir plebiscite administrators) were communicated to the Secretary General of the United Nations.
1997: Sangrampora Massacre
Gunmen whose identity has not been ascertained till date killed seven members of the Pandit community in the Sangrampora village of the Budgam district.