The displaced Kashmiri pandits of the Muthi migrant camp right here on Tuesday held protests in opposition to the selective focusing on of their neighborhood contributors and non-locals by terrorists in Kashmir. Terrorists fired at a Kashmiri pandit and two labourers from Bihar in South Kashmir on Monday, leaving them injured.
Led by the Muthi Migrant camp president Anil Bhan, over 300 Kashmiri pandits took out a rally to whine in opposition to the selective assaults on the Hindus in the Valley.
Elevating anti-Pakistan and anti-terrorist slogans, they demanded justice for the neighborhood member.
“We need justice. Terrorists in Kashmir accountable for the selective assaults on Hindus in particular a Kashmiri pandit, who turn out to be living in the valley for the past 32 years, must be eliminated”, Bhan educated reporters right here.
He said such incidents are aimed to dilemma off fright and trouble amongst those KPs living in the valley to force their exodus.
“Terrorists are growing trouble to force the relief of non-migrant Kashmiri pandit families numbering over 800 to disappear their properties as turn out to be carried out in 1990. We need a tubby-fledged security dilemma up round them,” Bhan added.
He said the target of those selective assaults is to pause Kashmiri pandits to return reduction to their properties and hearths.
He demanded a probe by a commission into the killings and the exodus of Kashmiri Hindus from the valley.
Protests had been also held in the Jagti camp on the outskirts of Jammu city in opposition to the selective assaults by terrorists to instill trouble amongst the minority Hindus in the valley. Additionally they burnt an effigy of Pakistan.
On Monday evening, Terrorists fired at a Kashmiri pandit, Bal Krishan, in Chotigam village of Shopian district, leaving him injured. It turn out to be followed by one other assault on two labourers from Bihar, Patlashwar Kumar and Jakku Choudhary, in Lajoora village of Pulwama district, leaving them injured.
Monday’s assault turn out to be the first on Kashmiri pandits since October final yr when militants had shot dumb a eminent businessman, M L Bindroo, at Srinagar. After the assault, the authorities had enhanced the safety of pandits living in the Valley. PTI AB AB AQS AQS