Protests continue even today over the murder of a Hindu teacher Rajni Bala in Kulgam, Jammu and Kashmir. Angry protesters took to the streets on Wednesday during Rajini’s last visit and raised slogans of ‘we want justice’. Meanwhile, Kashmiri Pandits threatened…
Protests continue even today over the murder of a Hindu teacher Rajni Bala in Kulgam, Jammu and Kashmir. Angry protesters took to the streets on Wednesday during Rajini’s last visit and raised slogans of ‘we want justice’. Meanwhile, Kashmiri Pandits have threatened to leave the Valley if the administration does not take them to safer places within 24 hours.
According to the information received, the Kashmiri Pandit community is preparing for migration. Following warnings from Kashmiri Pandits, the Jammu and Kashmir administration has confined them to their transit camps.
High school teacher Rajni Bala was killed by terrorists in Gopalpora area of Kulgam on Tuesday morning. 36-year-old Rajni was shot in the head. The teacher, a resident of Kulgam, died on the way to the hospital. Kashmiri Pandits are protesting for the second murder in 20 days.
BJP leader talks to protesters BJP leader Ravinder Raina arrives at Rajni Bala’s residence in Jammu and Kashmir. Amidst the sloganeering there, he spoke to the protesters. The BJP leader assured that vengeance would be taken for the murder of Rajni. He said that we will catch all those terrorists who were involved in this murder. They will not be spared.
Target Killing of Hindu Teacher in Kashmir
Movement of Kashmiri Pandits going on in the Valley for 18 days The movement of Kashmiri Pandits is going on in the Valley for 18 days. Pandits who got jobs under the Prime Minister’s Employment Package are boycotting the work and protesting. This has become the longest running demonstration in the valley. The protest started after the murder of Revenue Department employee Rahul Bhat. Working Kashmiri Pandits demand that we should be given posting outside Kashmir.
Kashmiri Pandits protesting in the valley said – we do not want to live like prisoners, shift us from Kashmir
After the removal of Article 370, the killing of 14 Hindus, including 4 Kashmiri Pandits, started in October. Seven civilians were killed here in five days, including a Kashmiri Pandit, a Sikh and a migrant Hindu, who had come in search of jobs. Satish Kumar was shot dead by terrorists on 14 April. Earlier on Saturday, terrorists shot dead a policeman on Aiva Bridge located on Ali Jan Road.
Now after the murder of Rahul, the question has arisen again on the security of Kashmiri Pandits. After the abrogation of Article 370 in Kashmir, 14 Hindus including 4 Kashmiri Pandits were killed in terrorist attacks. This was informed by the Ministry of Home Affairs in Parliament.
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