Jammu Kashmir: After the killing of Kashmiri Pandit, the police lathi-charged the protesters.

Srinagar | Kashmir Police Controversy : In Kashmir, one or the other dispute keeps coming up. The claims of the government also appear hollow after the terrorist attacks. On the one hand, the government talks about the return of the displaced Kashmir, while it fails to provide security to the Pandits living there. Once again the action of Jammu and Kashmir Police has come under controversy. Let us tell you that in protest against the incident of killing of a Kashmiri Pandit by terrorists, on Friday lathi-charged and fired tear gas shells to disperse the Kashmiri Pandits who were marching towards the Srinagar airport. Officials said the protesters first gathered at Sheikhpora area of ​​Budgam district in central Kashmir and then started moving towards the airport, but were stopped by police personnel.

Tear gas released with lathi charge…

Kashmir Police Controversy : Police say that the protesters were requested to leave from there. But he refused to do so and insisted on moving forward. After this the police lathi-charged and fired tear gas shells. Officials said that no casualty has been reported during this period. Kashmiri Pandits have been protesting since Thursday against the government’s “failure” to protect their lives. Let us inform that the terrorists had entered the Tehsil office in Chadoora town and shot Rahul Bhat. Bhat got a government job as a clerk in 2010-11 under the special planning package for migrants.

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Mehbooba Mufti said she was kept under house arrest…

Kashmir Police Controversy : This action of the police is being condemned across the country. Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president Mehbooba Mufti alleged that she was kept under house arrest so that she could not go to Budgam to show solidarity with the protesting Kashmiri Pandits. The police, however, refused to comment on Mufti’s claim. National Conference (NC) vice-president Omar Abdullah said it was shameful that strict action was taken against legitimate and justified protests. Condemning the killing of a policeman in Pulwama on Friday, he said that targeted killings are continuing unabated in the Valley.

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