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Updated Oct 08, 2021 | 20:41 IST
Candle light vigil against the civilian killing by militants at Ghanta Ghar in Srinagar on October 6, 2021.
Candle light vigil against the civilian killing by militants at Ghanta Ghar in Srinagar on October 6, 2021.  |  Photo Credit: PTI

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  • In targeted attack, terrorists shot dead a Sikh school principal and Hindu teacher in Srinagar on Thursday.
  • With the seven killings over the past four days, the total tally of the civilians killed by militants in Kashmir this year has reached 28.
  • The Resistance Front (TRF), believed to be a shadow outfit of the banned Lashkar-e-Taiba, has claimed responsibility for the attacks this week.

euro 2021 table calculator,Suspected militants came to a school on Thursday. They checked the identity cards of the teachers, identified the only two non-Muslim staff at the Sangam Eidgah Boys' Higher Secondary School, took them aside and shot them. One of them was 46-year-old Supinder Kour, the principal of the school who hailed from Beerwah in Kashmir’s Budgam district. The other one was a 38-year-old teacher, Deepak Chand who was a Kashmiri Pandit who had migrated back to the Valley.

rammy,This comes two days after three civilians — prominent businessman and Kashmiri Pandit M L Bindroo, a street vendor from Bihar Virendar Paswan, and transporter Mohammad Shafi Lone — were killed in separate incidents in Srinagar and Bandipore on Tuesday. And three days before that, on Saturday, October 2, militants shot dead two civilians — Majid Ahmad Gojri and Mohammad Shafi Dar — in separate incidents in Srinagar.

lotus bet app,The Resistance Front (TRF), believed to be a shadow outfit of the banned Lashkar-e-Taiba, has claimed responsibility for the attacks. In an online statement issued after the teachers were killed on Thursday, a TRF spokesman said, “Shaheed Gazi Squad carried out the attack. These teachers had on August 15 harassed and warned parents with dire consequences if any student did not attend the August 15 function. We want to make it crystal clear that outsider domicile holders, stooges and collaborators, whatsoever their religion, won’t be spared”.

With the seven killed this week alone, since Tuesday, the total tally of the civilians killed by militants in Kashmir this year has reached 28. “Out of 28, five persons belong to local Hindu/Sikh community and 2 non-local Hindu labourers,” said inspector general (Kashmir) Vijay Kumar in a statement.,khel champs

casino games that pay real money,Since August this year, the Valley has witnessed a series of killings. Unarmed policemen, local leaders, non-locals, teachers and the prominent civilians — the militants seem to spare none. On August 19, militants shot dead Apni Party leader Ghulam Hassan Lone in his home at the Devsar area in Kulgam. On August 17, BJP constituency president in Kulgam, Javed Ahmad Dar was shot dead. On August 9, militants entered into the rented accommodation of the BJP leader Ghulam Rasool Dar (Sarpanch) of Redwani Kulgam at Lal Chowk Anantnag and fired indiscriminately killing both Dar and his wife Jawahira, who was BJP panch of her area.

In the statement, Kumar further added that the terrorist handlers have changed strategy and started targeting unarmed policemen, civilians, politicians and people from minority communities. And this targeted killing of civilians in the Valley reverses the trend of the past six years, according to data from the Ministry of Home Affairs.,bet365 app iphone

This year, more civilians have been killed this year in J&K in terrorist-related incidents than security forces. While this year 28 civilians were killed in the Valley as compared to 20 security personnel, in 2020, 33 civilians were killed, vis-à-vis 46 security personnel. The contrast was even starker in 2019 when 36 civilians were killed as opposed to 78 security personnel.,rammy

tennis one,The J&K police say that the civilian killings were a frustrated response to the terrorists being eliminated in Valley. The infuriation was especially the leaders of the terror outfits being killed, the outfits’ support structures being destroyed, and continuous and effective maintenance of law and order in the Valley.

And that frustration is probably coupled with the insecurity of demographic change as more people migrate back to the Valley.,tennis string

When the Centre abrogated Article 370 and repealed Article 35A on August 5, 2019, the move was seen as an attempt to inundate the Muslim-majority Valley with non-local populations, ostensibly to change the demographic composition of the place. If one were to draw a pattern from data, the attacks by militant groups on prominent Hindu civilians, non-locals and “stooges and collaborators” of the government started intensifying after August 2019.,betfair casino nj promo code

Five Muslim labourers from West Bengal were killed by militants in the Kulgam district in October 2019, within months of the Centre’s announcement. Last year on December 31, prominent jeweller Satpal Nischal was shot dead at his shop in Srinagar, weeks after he was certified as a domicile of J&K. Nischal had lived in Srinagar for 40 years, where he had his jewellery shop, but he hailed from Punjab. On June 2 this year, Rakesh Pandita, BJP leader and municipal councillor in South Kashmir’s Pulwama district, was shot dead. In February, the Mehras, who run Krishan Dhaba — a popular eatery in Srinagar, were targeted. The owner’s 25-year-old son Aakash Mehra was gunned down right outside the eatery.,football games online free

dijon fc,The statements by the cops have done little to console the relatives of the deceased. “Whatever has happened is due to system failure. The system is in deep slumber, they cannot do anything. Tomorrow again someone will be killed and there shall be mourning in that house. The entire family tends to die with that person,” Deepak Chand’s cousin Vicky Mehra was quoted by a report in Hindustan Times.

The bloody cycle of killing civilians to instil fear psychosis in the minds of religious minorities, presumably directed from across the border, that New Delhi has no option but to address without ruffling too many feathers on the ground. The spate of civilian killings in Kashmir has already caused a sense of insecurity amongst the minority in the Valley. The resultant anger will most likely be directed towards the Indian government because it is harder to vent frustration at gun-wielding terrorists.,bet at home ice hockey league salary

While security has been heightened in areas where minorities own businesses and non-local workers reside in the Valley, the unrest is palpable. The question now is whether Kashmir will unite against the dastardly killings, or if the militants will achieve their goal of disintegrating the delicate social fabric of Jammu and Kashmir.,satta best app

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