Terrorists shot dead Kashmiri Pandit, also targeted 4 laborers in 24 hours
Kashmir News: In the last 24 hours, terrorists have killed seven people in the valley. In Pulwama, 4 non-local laborers, 2 CRPF personnel in Srinagar and now a Kashmiri Pandit have been shot dead in Shopian.
Terrorists opened fire on a Kashmiri Pandit in Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir on Monday evening. The injured have been admitted to the Army Hospital in Srinagar in a critical condition. As soon as the information was received, the security forces reached the spot and cordoned off the area and started the search operation.
According to reports, Kashmiri Pandit Sonu Kumar Balji was shot dead by terrorists on Monday evening in Chitragam in Shopian district of South Kashmir. Balji had received three bullets in the attack. The injured have been admitted to a hospital in Srinagar for treatment.
Businessman medical store operator Sonu Kumar Balji did not leave the valley even during the displacement of Pandits from Kashmir. Balji has been living in Kashmir for the last 30 years.
The Kashmiri Pandit, who was injured by the bullet, was taken to the hospital.
Apart from this, 7 people have been killed by terrorists in the last 24 hours in the valley. In these incidents, 4 non-local laborers have been shot dead in Pulwama, 2 CRPF jawans in Srinagar and now a Kashmiri Pandit in Shopian.
On this issue, former Deputy Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Kavinder Gupta said that once again an attempt is being made to create an atmosphere of fear so that Kashmiri Pandits cannot return to the valley.
Agenda to get rid of remnants of Kashmiri Pandits: SP Vaidya
Regarding the incident of attack on former Jammu and Kashmir DGP Kashmiri Pandit, SP Vaidya said that completely expelling Kashmiri Pandits from the valley, that is, expelling the rest of the Kashmiri Pandits, is a strict Islamic agenda. Turned away. A day earlier, non-local laborers were also attacked in the valley under the same agenda.
“Even after the abrogation of Article 370, if we are not able to accommodate Pandits in the Valley, it will prove to be a big failure. The central and state governments should think and prepare a master plan so that Kashmiri Pandits can be settled there.