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Kashmir is now in all pragmatics losing young blood at a very fast pace, with daily killings becoming a norm .Killings and just killings are defining the current situation of Kashmir with no end to misery in sight .
The area of South Kashmir is resembling a war zone as if killings are a normal affair and long written script being played .Just in this week death and just death has defines the life in Kashmir ..
Lashkar-e-Toiba militant Arif Nabi Dar alias Arif Lelhari and Abu Dujana was killed in a gunfight in Hakripora village on 1 August 2017.
Abu Dujana was top militant who was killed in a joint anti-militancy operation in Pulwama , Jammu and Kashmir. Dujana was Lashkar-e-Taiba’s chief commander for the Kashmir Valley. He was listed among the most-wanted in Jammu and Kashmir for several attacks on security forces and civilians. He was an A+++ category militant and carried a reward of ₹1,500,000.
On 3rd August , Two local militants were killed in an encounter with security forces in Gopalpora area of Kulgam . One of the slain militants had been party to an ambush on a bank’s cash van on May 1 this year. The attack had claimed the lives of five police officials and two bank security guards.
On the same day in another incident of bloodletting in the valley, an Army major and a soldier were killed in an ambush in Shopian and other critically injured.
Killings signal all what is wrong in kashmir . The Killings of civilian and protestors due to varied reasons have become order of the day. Wailing Kashmiri mothers and sisters mourn the acts of the different violent sources is order of day and the images are seen in the print, online media and in the satellite television medium. These killings have refreshed the killings of more than one lac homosapiens in Kashmir in past three decades.
Bilal Bashir Bhat, a young journalist and Editor-in- Chief Only Kashmir news portal, while talking to News Kashmir on the unabated spate of killings stated – “Daily Killings are paining the soul of beautiful valley of Kashmir. We have become addicted to hearing the news of killings now and unfortunately it is becoming normal to our psyche. Steps should be taken to address the political issue of Kashmir so that we put an end to these killings .”
The ground pulse is calling upon all the stakeholders to put an end to these killings .