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Orders to keep immigrants in army camps in Kashmir

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The Government of India has decided that migrant laborers and other workers working in Kashmir will be kept in police and army camps. The Indian government has taken this decision after the killings of immigrants one after the other. On Sunday, the police chief of Kashmir told that the government has decided to keep the migrant people in police and army camps for security. Vijay Kumar said that he has instructed his officers to send these people to safer places at the earliest. On Sunday, three more people were victims of the attack, of whom two died. After this, IG Vijay Kumar told the news agency Reuters, “I have instructed the officers that those who are in danger should be immediately taken to safe places.” There are tens of thousands of migrants working in Kashmir who have come from other states. It is not yet clear how many of these people will be kept in safe camps. Will stay in or will be able to work from there The killings are going on For the past two weeks, a series of killings of innocent people is going on in Kashmir one after the other.

Three people were shot on Sunday, of whom two were killed, and the third was injured. Both the people killed were residents of Bihar and were working as laborers in Kashmir. It is reported that terrorists opened fire on laborers in Wanpo and Kulgam on Sunday in which both of them died. With this, the number of people killed in Kashmir this month has gone up to 11. On Saturday, two people were shot, including a resident of Bihar, Arvind Kumar Sah, who used to sell golgappas there. Another person, a resident of Uttar Pradesh, was shot. Sah was shot from very close range in Srinagar. Sagir Ahmed, who was killed in Pulwama, was a resident of Uttar Pradesh and was working as a carpenter there. Of the 11 people who died this month, five are from other states while six are from Kashmir. These include people from both Hindu and Muslim religions.

An official said that it seems that terrorists are committing such killings to drive people out of Kashmir. Makhan Lal Bindru, a well-known leader of the Kashmiri Pandit community and ran a pharmacy in Srinagar, was also among those killed in panic in the Valley. Apart from this, a taxi driver Mohammad Shafi and two teachers Deepak Chand and Supunder Kaur were also shot dead. A laborer named Virendra Paswan was also shot. Due to these killings, there is an atmosphere of fear in Kashmir and many people have started leaving their homes. Dozens of people who had returned to the Valley under the Prime Minister’s special scheme for Kashmiri immigrants have now gone back. These include government employees as well. Due to the attacks, the security forces have been strict and more than 900 people have been arrested on charges of links with the separatists. Security forces have also intensified counter-insurgency operations and according to the police, 13 terrorists have been killed in the last one week. Inspector General Vijay Kumar said, “13 terrorists have been killed in nine encounters.

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We have killed three terrorists in Srinagar in the last 24 hours.” National Conference President and former Chief Minister of the state Farooq Abdullah has said that Kashmiri people are not involved in the recent civilian killings. He said that these incidents are being done to defame Kashmiris. Abdullah told the media, “These are very unfortunate killings and they are being carried out under a conspiracy. Kashmiris are not involved in these killings. It is an attempt to defame Kashmiris.” When asked about the talks between the National Security Advisors of India and Pakistan, Farooq Abdullah said that every step that leads to friendship should be welcomed. He said, “We have to pray and hope. It is necessary that friendship between the two countries will be established and we will be able to live in peace. Report: Vivek Kumar.

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