KASHMIRI PANDIT MIGRATION: The escape of 1990 is coming back in memories as MASS EXODUS again forcing KASHMIRI PANDITS to Migrate from Kashmir.

Publish Date: 02 Jun, 2022 |
 

In May 2022, the terrorist carried out seven targeted killings in the valley. Three unarmed police officers and three Hindu civilians were killed in this incident. Among the three Hindu civilians killed is Rahul Bhat, a displaced Kashmiri Hindu who got a job through the Prime Minister's employment package. Even after that, the killings continued unabated. As a result, Kashmiri Pandits and other non-Muslim minorities are fleeing to Jammu.

Kashmiri Pandits getting Threats

Following the assassination of a teacher in Jammu and Kashmir's Kulgam district by terrorists, a group of Kashmiri Pandit employees threatened to leave the Valley unless they were relocated to safer areas within 24 hours. According to one of his representatives here, "We've arrived to settle the freight with the owners of the trucks. Let us see if the government makes a decision by tonight. If not, we'll start our journey from here tomorrow."
 

Mass exodus happening again

"If the government does not take concrete steps (for our safety) within 24 hours, there will be another mass exodus," an employee warned. According to him, the targeted killing of Kashmiri Pandits continues, and the community has grown tired of appealing to the government. "We should be shifted so that we can be saved," he said. Our delegation had previously met with the Lieutenant Governor and asked him for our safety. We will relocate for two to three years until the Valley's situation returns to normal. IGP (Inspector General of Police) Kashmir has also set the same time limit to rid Kashmir of terrorism.

 

Multiple Killings in Kashmir

Terrorists shot Rajni Bala, a resident of Jammu division's Samba district, dead at a government school in Kulgam on Tuesday. Previously, on May 12, clerk Rahul Bhat was shot dead after entering the office of Chadoora, Tehsildar of Budgam district. In South Kashmir, National Conference leader Umesh Thali has blamed the BJP for the current situation. Search tweeted that the year 1990 is repeating itself. "Kashmiri Pandits came out to settle the freight with truck drivers to be shifted to Jammu as a result of the frequent targeted killings in Kashmir," he explained.



 

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