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Kashmiri Pandit workers put together to go away valley en masse as focused killings proceed


According to a number of media studies, the administration has put up barricades in a bid to cease the Kashmiri Pandit workers from leaving

Kashmiri Pandit authorities workers have been getting ready to go away the valley amid an increase in focused killings, a number of media studies mentioned.

The workers will go away the valley en masse on Friday, The Tribune reported.

According to The Hindu, over 4,000 Pandit workers determined to relocate however the police barred them from leaving.

“No Pandit employee was allowed to leave their locations by the police on Tuesday,” a Kashmiri Pandit dwelling in Srinagar instructed the day by day.

Union Territory administration had put up barricades and locked gates to transit camps, NDTV reported.

Many workers have already relocated to Jammu, the report added.

The minority group has been protesting since terrorists shot lifeless Rahul Bhat inside a authorities workplace in Budgam final month.

Their security considerations solely elevated because the killings continued.

Terrorists have additionally been targetting non-locals.

A migrant labourer from Bihar was shot lifeless in Budgam hours after the killing of Vijay Kumar a financial institution worker who hailed from Rajasthan in Kulgam on Thursday.

‘Second Kashmiri Pandit exodus’

AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi on Thursday launched a tirade in opposition to the NDA authorities on the Centre over the focused killings in Kashmir, saying it has not learnt any classes from the previous.

In a tweet, Owaisi mentioned {that a} “second Kashmiri Pandit exodus is in progress” and that the “Central government is repeating the mistakes of 1989.”

‘No heavy rush’: Srinagar Airport

Meanwhile, the Srinagar Airport authorities on Thursday denied Congress chief Rahul Gandhi’s declare of the exodus of the Kashmiri Pandits from the Valley.

The authority’s clarification got here after Rahul Gandhi in a tweet claimed that many harmless individuals are being killed in Jammu and Kashmir and a recent exodus of Kashmiri Pandits has began within the Valley. The airport authorities additionally urged to not unfold such rumours.

“We strongly rebut this sensational rumour-mongering. We handle between 16 thousand to 18 thousand passengers everyday. Today also the number of passengers is average. There is no heavy rush of the minority community as rumoured by this tweet. Please do not spread rumours like this,” Srinagar Airport mentioned in a tweet.

With inputs from businesses

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