Jammu: PDP president Mehbooba Mufti claimed on Tuesday that the Jammu and Kashmir administration had prior details about assaults on minority neighborhood members however ignored the inputs to supply safety to Union ministers, who got here right here to amplify the BJP’s “faux narrative and propaganda” about normalcy within the Union Territory.
No less than seven individuals have been killed by terrorists this month within the Kashmir valley. Of these killed, 4 belonged to minority communities and 6 of the deaths have been reported from Srinagar.
Mufti additionally claimed that 700 civilians have been arrested within the aftermath of the current killings with the intention to “shift the blame and absolve themselves”. “J&Ok admin had prior details about assaults on minorities. But they selected to disregard these inputs. As a substitute they have been busy offering safety to Union Ministers who have been dropped at Kashmir to amplify BJP’s faux narrative & propaganda of so known as normalcy in J&Ok,” she wrote on Twitter.
The previous Jammu and Kashmir chief minister is on a five-day tour of the Chenab valley area. Throughout her go to, she has addressed PDP employees’ conventions at completely different locations since Sunday.
“Not taking duty & arresting 700 civilians reveals their intention to shift blame & absolve themselves. Collective punishment & humiliation of a whole inhabitants has turn into the one measurement suits all method to resolve issues brought about on account of GOI’s punitive insurance policies,” Mufti stated in one other tweet.
Two academics — Supinder Kaur, a Srinagar-based Sikh, and Chand, a Hindu from Jammu — have been killed two days after The Resistance Pressure, a shadow outfit of the banned Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), claimed duty for the deaths of three individuals on October 5.
Makhan Lal Bindroo, a outstanding Kashmiri Pandit and the proprietor of Srinagar’s most well-known pharmacy, was shot lifeless at his store that night. Minutes later, a “chaat” vendor, Virendra Paswan from Bihar, was gunned down elsewhere within the metropolis. Across the identical time, one other civilian, Mohammad Shafi Lone, was killed at Naidkhai in Bandipora.
On October 2, militants shot lifeless Majid Ahmad Gojri at Srinagar’s Karan Nagar locality and Mohammad Shafi Dar on the metropolis’s Batamaloo space.