“5 shots fired near police station”: Kashmiri man’s father demands justice

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Bitaji Bhat said in an interview to NDTV that two people brought pistols to the government office and they shot. The police station was 20 meters away. Five bullets were fired. At least some sound must have gone out.

New Delhi :

In Budgam, Jammu and Kashmir, terrorists killed 36-year-old government employee Rahul Bhat by entering his office. Rahul Bhat’s father has demanded an inquiry into his son’s death. A special investigation team has been constituted to probe the murder. There is a lot of outrage in the valley over this murder. Rahul Bhat was working in Chadoora Tehsil office of Budgam district. He was shot by terrorists on Thursday, after being seriously injured, he was shifted to a local hospital. where he died.

Bitaji Bhat called it target killing and said that justice should be done. In an interview to NDTV, he said, “Two people came to the government office with pistols and they shot. The police station was 20 meters away. Five shots were fired. At least a little sound must have gone out. Any action there.” Why it was not done, it should be investigated.”

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After the murder of Rahul Bhat, a police constable and a resident of Pulwama, Riyaz Ahmed Thokar, was killed on Friday, after which the people of the valley are in shock and this has created outrage.

The Kashmiri Pandit community accused the central government and said that the central government had failed to provide them security.

In Kashmir, terrorists entered the government office and shot and killed a Kashmiri Pandit

Protests are being held in some parts of the valley against the murder. At the same time, the process of candle lighting is going on in Srinagar, Ganderbal and Shopian.

Bhat said, “There is an atmosphere of fear. Many people are shaken. Whoever called from Srinagar spoke of fear, anger and fear.”

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