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Cong, PDP, NC leaders maintain criminal silence over killing of outsiders in Valley
10/17/2019 10:33:26 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Oct 17: Criminal silence maintained by PDP, Congress and National Conference leadership over gruesome killings of apple trader from Punjab and migrant labourer from Chhattisgarh has raised many eye-brows. Silence maintained by these parties has authenticated BJP's allegations that these parties are trying to fuel violence and bloodshed in Kashmir.
Since August 5, after abrogation of Article 370, these parties are raising hue and cry over 'restrictions' imposed in Kashmir Valley. Some national level Congress leaders have misleaded nation and world by giving wrong statements on Kashmir Valley but after 24 hours of terror strike these leaders have not uttered even a single word against Wednesday's killing.
For the last some days, PDP president Mehbooba Mufti's social media account has also become active but there is no condemnation of killing of trader from Punjab and poor labourer from Chhattisgarh.
An apple trader from Punjab and a brick kiln worker from Chhattisgarh were shot dead in separate attacks by terrorists in J&K on Wednesday, taking the number of civilian killings to three in as many days and sending a frisson of alarm that resulted in a procession of outstation trucks fleeing the Valley without picking up their fruit consignments.
The latest victims in the resurgence of terror attacks were Punjab-based Charanjeet Singh, who was killed during a business trip to Trenz in Shopian district, and Sethi Kumar Sagar, a resident of Besoli in Chhattisgarh employed in a brick kiln in Pulwama. Sanjeev Singh, who was accompanying Charanjeet, was critically injured in the attack.
The attackers, one of them suspected to be from Pakistan, also set the vehicle ablaze. Fruit growers in South Kashmir said the back-to-back killings within 72 hours had scared away drivers of trucks that were to carry fruit from their orchards to various parts of the country.
At least 15 people have been detained for questioning in connection with the attack in which truck driver Sharief Khan was killed two days ago. A police officer in south Kashmir said the two killings since Monday were part of a strategy by terrorists to strike at the heart of business since many traders had refused to be cowed down.
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