The recent incidents of targeted killings in Jammu and Kashmir have terrified the non-local people. On Monday, a group of non-local workers were seen leaving Kashmir’s Srinagar to their hometown and said that they are now scared to live in Jammu and Kashmir.
Recently, in the targeted killings, around nine civilians lost their lives and this made the non-local workers leave the valley.
A video is doing rounds on the internet in which a young non-local worker from Bihar was seen waiting at Srinagar railway station to take the train out of the valley. In the video, he said that he is leaving the valley because the situation is not good here. He also said that there is no one in his house who can work, he has an unmarried sister at home, and these people are killing them, and now they are leaving the valley.
The news agency ANI shared a tweet in which there were pictures of the migrant labours who were seen leaving from the valley to their hometown. A migrant worker from Rajasthan also said that the situation is getting worse in Kashmir and they are scared as they have children with them and hence they are going back to their hometown.
Recently, on October 17, two non-local labours from Bihar were killed by terrorists in Wanpoh, Kulgam. The non-local labours were identified as Joginder Reshi Dev and Raja Reshi Dev.
Earlier, a Kashmiri Pandit Makhan Lal Bindroo, who was a popular chemist in the area was killed in the Iqbal Par area of Srinagar in his pharmacy. Just two days later, a Kashmiri Pandit teacher and a school principal were killed in the Sangam Eidgah area of Srinagar.
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