Protest held in Jammu over attacks on Kashmiri Pandits
Jammu: The displaced Kashmiri Pandits of the Muthi migrant camp here on Tuesday held protests against the selective targeting of their community members and non-locals by militants in Kashmir.
Militants fired at a Kashmiri Pandit and two labourers from Bihar in south Kashmir on Monday, leaving them injured.
Led by the Muthi Migrant camp president Anil Bhan, over 300 Kashmiri Pandits took out a rally to protest against the selective attacks on the Hindus in the Valley.
Raising anti-Pakistan and anti-terrorist slogans, they demanded justice for the community member.
“We want justice. Terrorists in Kashmir responsible for the selective attacks on Hindus particularly a Kashmiri Pandit, who was living in the valley for the past 32 years, must be eliminated,” Bhan told reporters here.
He said such incidents are aimed to trigger panic and fear among those KPs living in the Valley to force their exodus.