After the assassination of Rahul Bhatt on Thursday, Kashmiri Pandits on Saturday wrote a letter to the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, Manoj Sinha, regarding their security. The community has urged the administration to shift them to a safe place. He said he was ready for mass resignation if no action was taken.
Bhat, who got the job of a clerk under the special employment package for migrants in 2010-11, was gunned down by terrorists inside the tehsil office in Chadoora town on Thursday.
The letter said, “It is regrettable that we employees of PM package have finally decided under the compulsion of threats that Kashmir is not safe for us people. It is really unfortunate that as Indians, we are repeatedly targeted.” are being created, day by day we are being selectively murdered. This package was given as a confidence building initiative for us but forget the belief that we are not able to live here The administration takes responsibility for our lives on daily basis but we are getting killed here on daily basis. Kashmir is Pandit Jihadi ready to serve anywhere in the world because of terrorism but not in Kashmir.”
It said, “We PM package workers and non-PM package workers request you to kindly evacuate us safely from Kashmir province and save us. If your good self is not capable of doing anything then we will give you a collective Ready to resign.”
A day after the killing of community member Bhat in his office by Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists, angry Kashmiri Pandits protested in Jammu and Kashmir on Friday.
Suspected killer of Rahul Bhatt killed
Jammu and Kashmir DGP Dilbag Singh confirmed that the three terrorists who were suspected to have killed Rahul Bhatt have been eliminated. Earlier, Jammu and Kashmir LG Manoj Sinha met Rahul’s family and assured them that the government stands with the victim’s family.
“The terrorists killed today are suspected to be involved in the killing of Rahul Bhat in Chadoora Budgam yesterday,” DGP Dilbag Singh said on Friday.
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