Separatist groups in the region had opposed the project, with some likening it to Israeli settlements within Palestinian territories.
The biggest hurdles in their return to their roots are concerns for their "safety and security" and the government's inability to implement its return and rehabilitation package of 2008 on the ground.
The commander of the militant outfit said that the pilgrims need not worry about their safety and they can visit Kashmir without security.
Twenty-five years is a long time in exile. One generation - possibly one-and-a-half - has come into being, and possibly has no sentimental links to the Kashmir Valley that was their parents' home.
The party has promised to initiate the process of "just and honourable" re-settlement of the displaced members of the Kashmiri Pandit community in Kashmir valley with security and dignity.
Rahul Pandita talks to Forbes India about why he wrote Our Moon Has Blood Clots, and why more such books should come out of the Kashmir Valley
Jammu, May 31 (PTI) Panun Kashmir, an organisation for displaced Kashmiri Pandits, today criticised Union Minister Farooq Abdullah for his statement asking India to help Pakistan in fighting terror, and said that recent confessions by David Headly have revealed Pakistan's motives.