The strike comes days after a Kashmiri Pandit was killed in a targeted attack in the very same district.
Two migrant labourers from Uttar Pradesh were killed throughout an overnight terrorist assault in Jammu and also Kashmir’s Shopian district.
The attack comes days after a Kashmiri Pandit was eliminated in a targeted assault in the same district.
According to the authorities, a terrorist tossed a grenade on non-local labourers in Harmen location in Shopian late Monday evening.
The two labourers killed were Ram Sagar and also Monish Kumar, both residents of Kannauj in Uttar Pradesh.
The police stated that the assaulter was arrested hours after he tossed the explosive.
“A ‘hybrid terrorist’ of Lashkar-e-Taiba, Imran Bashir Ganie, who lobbed the explosive is apprehended by Shopian authorities. Raids are underway,” stated Vijay Kumar, Added Supervisor General of Authorities Jammu as well as Kashmir.
Hybrid #terrorist of proscribed #terror outfit LeT Imran Bashir Ganie of Harmen #Shopian who lobbed grenade #arrested by Shopian police. Further #investigation and raids are going on: ADGP Kashmir@JmuKmrPolice https://t.co/nP8xixR8GG
— Kashmir Zone Police (@KashmirPolice) October 17, 2022
“Crossbreed terrorists” are unpublished radicalised individuals who execute terror strikes and also slide back right into society without any trace.
On Saturday, terrorists eliminated Pooran Krishan Bhat, a Kashmiri Pandit at Chowdery Gund village in Shopian.
The killing, part of a collection of targeted assaults triggered protests in different components of Jammu and Kashmir.
As a result of fear of attacks, around 6,000 Kashmiri Pandits are not participating in offices for the last 5 months. They have actually been protesting and demanding safety and security and their moving to Jammu. Pandits state the government is unmoved and also resistant to move them.
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Last Updated: 18 October 2022