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The painful situation in Kashmir is back with innocent killings happening on regular instances now , which is causing anger and rage both in Jammu and Kashmir and the rest of country. The return of bloodbath is a tragic news for one and all as past three decades violence, terror and many other things have destroyed the peace and prosperity of Kashmir.
Kulgam in South Kashmir and Chadoora in Central Kashmir are seeing much tragic episodes .
On June 2, 2022
Bloodbath saw yet another ugly dimension when A bank manager from Rajasthan, posted at the Ellaquai Dehati Bank in the Valley, was shot dead by militants in south Kashmir’s Kulgam on Thursday morning, while in the evening a non-local labourer was shot dead by terror elements in Magraypora area of Budgam district in the evening.
These are not the lone episodes as before it series of targeted attacks have happened. Before these episodes, few days back 36-year-old Kashmiri Pandit teacher named Rajni Bala was shot and killed in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kulgam district, sparking a wave of outrage by the Hindu community living in the valley. The KP community in J&K protested against the killing and demanded protection for them.
On May 12, Rahul Bhat, an employee of the revenue department in Budgam, sustained serious injuries after militants fired at him . He was rushed to a hospital in Srinagar where he died a little while later.
In other set of tragedy, The killing of Vijay Kumar, a bank employee, by terrorists on Thursday, the 12th of a civilian since March, triggered another round of exits of migrant Hindu and Kashmiri Pandit workers and their families from the Valley. The exodus has revived memories of the mass exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from the Valley between 1989 and 1995.
On the other hand, As targeted killing of civilians in the Kashmir Valley continued, Union Home Minister Amit Shah met National Security Adviser Ajit Doval and Secretary, Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW) Samant Goel and Special Director, Intelligence Bureau (IB) A.S Rajan on Thursday. The details of the meeting were not known.
The sane demand is that atmosphere of terror and fear in Kashmir has to end .
This bloodbath is certainly giving painful times reminder to one and all in Kashmir. The hopes are that this bloodshed will end soon and Kashmir would witness new dawn of prosperity.