Target killing again in Kashmir: Terrorists shoot Bihari labourer
Target killing again in Kashmir: Terrorists shoot Bihari labourer; Brother told - Amrej went to the toilet at night, then did not return
Terrorists shot dead a labourer in Sadunara village of Bandipora district of Jammu and Kashmir in the early hours of Friday. The labourer was a resident of the Madhepura district of Bihar. He has been identified as Mohammad Amrej (19 years). After the incident, the police is conducting a search operation in the area.
The Kashmir Police said in a statement that the terrorists opened fire on the worker and injured him. He was taken to the hospital for treatment, where he died. Amrej used to work here.
Amrej's brother told the media that both of us brothers were sleeping when the brother picked me up and said that firing is happening, but I said that this keeps happening, go to sleep. After some time the brother went to the toilet and did not return again. When I went to find him, I saw that he was covered in blood. I contacted the security forces and took him to the hospital, but he died on the way.
In the last 4 months, 11 cases of target killing have been reported in Kashmir. At the same time, according to government data, 16 cases of target killing were reported in 2022. Here, the central government told the house that terrorists in Kashmir are also targeting labourers.
Terrorists killed 28 migrant labourers in Jammu and Kashmir from 2017 to 5 July 2022. Out of these, 7 labourers from Bihar have been killed the most. Apart from this, 2 labourers from Maharashtra and 1 labourer from Jharkhand were killed. Police believe that desperate terrorists have changed their strategy and are now targeting minorities, unarmed policemen, innocent civilians, politicians and women.
According to intelligence agencies, the targeted killing is a new plan of Pakistan to spread unrest in Kashmir. It is believed that its purpose is to sabotage the resettlement plans of Kashmiri Pandits in Jammu and Kashmir after the abrogation of Article 370.
Since the abrogation of Article 370, incidents of targeted killings have increased in Kashmir, especially in which terrorists have made soft targets of Kashmiri Pandits, migrant workers and even local Muslims working in the government or police, whom they have come to India. considered close to.
ISI is spreading this propaganda among the Kashmiri people that after the abrogation of Article 370, migrant workers coming from outside will take over their jobs and lands. Through this propaganda, he is again trying to garner support for pro-Pakistan terrorist organizations in Kashmir.
According to experts, one of the motives of the terrorists through these targeted killings is to register their presence in the valley. After the removal of Article 370, the action of Indian security agencies against terrorists has made them vulnerable in Kashmir.