Kashmir Target Killing: Kejriwal sought time to meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah, the killing of Kashmiri Pandits…

New Delhi | Kashmir Target Killing : There is increasing pressure on the central government regarding the target killing in Kashmir and the government is also being criticized a lot due to the news of exodus. In such a situation, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Tuesday that he has sought an appointment with Union Home Minister Amit Shah to discuss the killings of Kashmiri Pandits in the Valley. Two days back, Kejriwal had criticized the BJP-led central government at the Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAP) Jan Aakrosh rally here and asked him to know about the Centre’s plan to stop the genocide of Kashmiri Pandits in the Valley. Will meet Shah for

He also kept his point by tweeting…

Kashmir Target Killing : In a tweet made in Hindi, Kejriwal said that I have sought an appointment with the Union Home Minister to discuss the continuing massacre of Kashmiri Pandits. AAP has been criticizing the killing of Kashmiri Pandits in the Valley and has blamed the Center for the situation. At the rally on Sunday, Kejriwal had claimed that Kashmiri Pandits were being forced to leave the Valley due to targeted killings of minorities and demanded that the Center prepare an action plan to prevent such incidents.

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The process of target killing started from May.

Kashmir Target Killing : Let us tell you that the series of cases of target killings in Kashmir started in May, in which Rahul Bhatt, a clerk, was also shot dead inside the Tehsildar’s office at Chadoora in Budgam district. Three policemen and five civilians are among those who have lost their lives in eight such incidents in Kashmir since May 1. In such a situation, there is a lot of pressure on the central government and the Indian Army is also engaged in an effort to eliminate the terrorists by running a continuous operation.

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