Preparation for action on target killing: Shah’s high-level meeting, Ajit Doval and army chief will be involved after the second killing in 12 hours in Kashmir

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Terrorists in Kashmir are targeting non-Kashmiris. After the murder of Hindu teacher Rajnibala on Tuesday, there were attacks on non-Kashmiris at two places on Thursday. The first attack took place in the morning in Kulgam, where 25-year-old bank manager Vijay Kumar, a resident of Rajasthan, was murdered.

After these target killings, Kashmiri Pandits have started preparing for mass exodus from the valley. Home Minister Amit Shah will hold a meeting with NSA Ajit Doval on this issue today. Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, DGP Dilbag Singh, Army Chief General Manoj Pandey, Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla, CRPF Director General Kuldeep Singh and SSB chief will also attend the meeting. On Thursday also Shah had a meeting with Doval.

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Kashmiri Pandits trying to reach Jammu
Afraid of terrorist attacks in Mattan of Anantnag on Thursday, Pandits have started trying to take their belongings to Banihal in Jammu. Under the PM package in Jammu and Kashmir, employee Amit Kaul said that the situation is continuously deteriorating. Today 4 people have been murdered, due to this 30-40 families have left the city. Government is not fulfilling our demand, there is no safe place in Srinagar.

Demonstrations at many places from Lal Chowk to Anantnag
Kashmiri Pandit employees migrated from Srinagar to Jammu for the second consecutive day on Thursday, despite government assurances and promises of safe posting at district headquarters. Now other Hindu employees are also moving towards Jammu. Hundreds of families have left Kashmir, while hundreds are about to leave. Many people are fleeing in the dark of night. Click here to read the news related to the exodus and watch the video…

Due to the increasing target killing in Jammu and Kashmir, people have started migrating from the valley to Jammu.

The allegation of Hindus – Government security is insufficient
Hindus living in transit camps in Ganderbal, Srinagar and South Kashmir alleged that the police were not allowing them outside the gate. An employee, who arrived in the city to catch a vehicle from the rural area of ​​Srinagar, said, “The government has given us postings at district headquarters, but it is not enough. One has to go to the market for milk and grocery. How will the children go to school? Police cannot provide security everywhere. So the only option is to reach Jammu somehow. Will think about the rest later.

Another employee said – posting of all non-Muslims at the district headquarters is also a dangerous thing. This means that local workers will be transferred elsewhere. This will make the situation worse. That’s why we’re leaving.

After the target killing in Kashmir, Kashmiri Pandits demonstrated on Thursday demanding protection from the government.

After the target killing in Kashmir, Kashmiri Pandits demonstrated on Thursday demanding protection from the government.

Decision to deploy employees to a safe place
In anticipation of danger, the Jammu and Kashmir administration has decided to deploy Kashmiri migrants and other employees of Jammu division to safer places till June 6. Even after this, the anger of the employees employed under the special package of the Prime Minister did not subside. Employees camping in large numbers in Jammu allege that employees are being killed by making targets.

Second terrorist attack in Kashmir in 12 hours
Terrorist attack happened twice in Kashmir on Thursday within 12 hours. Bank manager Vijay Kumar, who became the target of terrorists on Thursday morning, belonged to Hanumangarh in Rajasthan. He was married only 4 months ago and he had gone to Kashmir a month ago with wife Manoj Kumari.

Vijay had come to Kulgam branch of Elakai Dehati Bank (EDB) 3 days back by transfer from some other branch. While they were at their desk on Thursday, suddenly a masked man came in and shot Vijay. Vijay succumbed to his injuries on the way to the hospital. The second attack took place in Budgam, where two brick kiln workers were targeted. Dilsukh, a resident of Bihar, died in this, while Goria, a resident of Punjab, was injured. Click here to read the news related to the attack in detail.

Bank manager Vijay Kumar got married 4 months back.

Bank manager Vijay Kumar got married 4 months back.

9th target killing in 22 days, 5 of them were Hindus
20 civilians have been killed in Kashmir this year. Of these, 9 murders took place in the last 22 days, in which 5 were Hindus and 3 were of security forces. These jawans had come home on leave. The terrorists also killed a TV actor. After these target killings, there is panic among people and they want to stay in Jammu instead of Valley.

Explosion inside car, 1 soldier martyred
Three army personnel were injured in an explosion inside the vehicle in Shopian. One of them, Pawan Rawat, was martyred. On information about the presence of terrorists, the security forces started a cordon and search. 3 jawans were going in this connection.

Amarnath Yatra a big challenge, 350 companies will be deployed
Experts, who have been monitoring the situation in Kashmir for decades, say that if the workers are left out, then terrorists are creating a new trend of conspiracy to scare non-Kashmiri professionals out of employment by spreading panic. In such a situation, the challenges of security agencies have increased manifold. In Kashmir, apart from the security forces, more than 10 thousand people in other government services are from non-Kashmiri or Pandit community. It is impossible to give security to all, now these are the new and easy targets of terrorists.

In the current situation, it is a big challenge for the security agencies to conduct the Amarnath Yatra in a peaceful manner. According to estimates, 350 companies of paramilitary forces will be deployed along the Yatra route and other places to prevent terrorist violence during the travel period of 42 days. This year the army will use drone cameras to monitor the transit camps/base camps. Shrine Board has also started RIFD tagging of all vehicles, pilgrims and pithu.

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