The Terrorists are attacking innocent civil workers (non Kashmiris) , 2 civil workers were killed on 17th , Sunday by the terrorist.
Innocent civil workers just want to live they just hard work for surviving a purpose , but they are getting panicked each and every minute. Some are staying in pavements , Railway station there are staying places where they get they eat food which is given to them in time is very tough time for them.
The Terrorists shot 2 Bihar civil workers in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district on Sunday. According to a statement by Jammu and Kashmir Police, the Reshi and Joginder Reshi from Bihar died on the spot. Chun Chun Reshi Das, also from Bihar, sustained multiple injuries and was being treated at the Government Medical College in Anantnag. The victims were asked to come to and collect there wages at the spite of time the terorists fired when workers neared the field.
“We were sitting in our room when one of our colleagues came and said three of our men have been shot. We took them to the
hospital where two were declared brought dead,” an eyewitness said.
“The victims were shot six times by the terrorists. I don’t know how many gunmen were there as I was inside the room,”
another eyewitness said. Inspector General of Police (Kashmir) Vijay Kumar said, “All non-local labourers in your respective jurisdiction should be brought to the nearest police or central paramilitary force or army establishment just now.”
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has announced an ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakh each for the kin of the two labourers from the
state who were killed by terrorists in Kulgam. He also spoke to J&K Lt Governor Manoj Sinha and expressed his concern
over the killings. According to an estimate, there are over 50,000 migrant labourers living in Kashmir Valley currently.
The IB is also going to hold a National Security Strategies conference on Monday in which the issue of civilian killings and
cross-border terrorism are likely to be discussed. On Saturday, the Jammu and Kashmir Police said thirteen terrorists have been killed in the union territory in nine encounters over the last nine days.
The Resistance Front (TRF), an arm of the Lashkar-e-Taiba terror outfit, has claimed responsibility for most of the attacks.
A message flashed to all district police in the Valley said, “All non-local labourers in your respective jurisdiction should be
brought to the nearest police or central paramilitary force or army establishment just now.”
“The matter is most urgent,” the message to the 10 districts in the Valley said. Nine soldiers have been killed in counterterror operations that began on October 11. At least 13 terrorists, including a top Lashkar-e-Taiba commander, have been shot dead by security forces in October.
Deceased soldiers:-Rifleman Yogambar Singh Rifleman Vikram Singh Negi Subedar Ajay Singh Naik Harendra Singh
Naik Subedar Jaswinder Singh Sepoy vaishakh Hedge Sepoy Saraj Singh Sepoy Gajjan Singh Naik Mandeep Singh
Tilll now, 20 ( 9 Jawans and 11 workers) people have been killed in targeted attacks in Kashmir, including five hailing from other states. On October 2, two civilians, Majid Guroo and Mohammad Shafi, were shot dead by militants in Srinagar.
On October 5, three civilians – Makhan Lal Bindroo, a Kashmiri Pandit and well-known pharmacist in Srinagar; Virender Paswan, a street vendor from Bihar’s Bhagalpur; and Mohammad Shafi Lone, head of a taxi union in Bandipora district – were killed in terror attacks.
On October 7, two teachers – Supinder Kaur, principal of the Government Boys Higher Secondary School, and Deepak
Chand, a teacher at the same school in Srinagar’s Eidgah – were shot dead by gunmen inside the school. On October 14, Arvind Kumar Sah Migrant from Bihar shot dead in Srinagar on the same day Sagir Ahmed Migrant worker from U.P shot dead in Pulwama On October 17,Raja Reshi Dev migrant from Bihar shot and Jogindar shot dead.
“The gruesome murder of non-locals is nothing but inhuman, and reveals the frustration of militants, which amounts to genocide,” Bharatiya Janata Party spokesperson Altaf Thakur . Srinagar mayor Junaid Azim Mattu of the Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party also condemned the killings. “In the strongest of terms condemn yet another barbaric terror attack in Kulgam resulting in the death of two non-local workers. Madness! Senseless and barbaric! My heart goes out to the families of the two deceased and I pray for the recovery of the third injured victim,” Mattu tweeted. National Conference leader Omar Abdullah,
and PDP Chief Mehbooba Mufti condemned the killing. Abdullah tweeted, “Strongly condemn the killing of street vendor Arvind
Kumar in a terror attack in Srinagar today. This is yet another case of a civilian being targeted like this. All Arvind Kumar did was come to Srinagar in search of earning opportunities & it’s reprehensible that he was murdered”.
Jammu and Kashmir Lt Governor Manoj Sinha condemned the incident. “I strongly condemn the despicable terror attack on civilians in Kulgam. My heartfelt condolences to the bereaved families. I pray for the speedy recovery of injured. Our
security force will give a befitting reply to terrorists. J&K government stand by the
families in this time of grief,” he said. “An innocent civilian on his way home to his wife & kids,a non local street vendor eking
out a living or troops in Poonch.None of these people deserved to die. One wonders what will it take for GOI to realise that its
policies have been a monumental failure in J&K & at what cost?”, Mehbooba tweeted.
According to police, at about 11:15 am, terrorists shot dead two school teachers. The area has been cordoned off and a hunt
has been launched to nail the attackers. Adding on., “Peace only possible via Dialogue with Pakistan” Farooq Abdullah ( leader National Conference) “Best way to solve Issues is by holding talks with Pak” Mehbooba Mufti(FMR CM J&k) Heart wrenching statements from non- Kashmiris (Migrant workers) “We are scared we left after hawkers were
killed” “We never had such an experience” “We won’t come back. Who wants to get killed”
Home minister Amit Shah called a meeting with all the police chief of all the States Even Director General of CRPF and NI is in
the Kashmir valley to monitor.

Written By : Jennifer (Internship Trainee)

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