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Srinagar turns into ‘Killing At Will’ city: Authorities busy in PR exercise
Selective killings start at a time when Union ministers are on a 9-week ‘outreach programme’ in J&K
10/8/2021 1:16:25 AM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Oct 7: The gruesome killings of Principal Supinder Kour and teacher Deepak Chand are not a routine terror act, but this ghastly incident has exposed “fearlessness” among terrorists who are killing people at their wills.
Furthermore, it is first after early 1990s that terrorists segregated members of the minority community from majority community and killed them mercilessly only for their religion.
As per reports viral in the social media, which are not denied by the police authorities, all teachers of the Government Boys Higher Secondary School, Iddgah Sangam were lined up. “Without any fear of police or security forces, terrorists virtually conducted identity parades of the teaching community, checked their identity cards and mobile phones. All teachers were interrogated by terrorists who were carrying pistols and other weapons”, reports on social media stated.
Terrorists separated two teachers of minority communities from other teachers who belong to the majority community. They dragged both Supinder Kour and Deepak Chand into the premises. In front of students and other staff members, both the teachers were killed in the school compound. After killing both the teachers, the terrorists easily walked away from the spot without any intervention.
Two days after murder of a popular chemist of Srinagar city and two other civilians, two teachers became victims of the terror outfits today. In the past few days, terrorists have intensified selective killings in the Kashmir valley to create terror among people.
A spree of civilian killings has come at a time when Union ministers are on a nine-week outreach programme in Jammu and Kashmir.
It is reality that the hybrid terror modules have become a challenge, but the authorities have did fail to protect individuals who were possible targets.
After October 2019, terrorists have started selective killings after a repeated intervals but those at the helm of the affairs have failed to devise strategy to counter new gameplan of terror outfits.
On Tuesday a street hawker was shot dead by terrorists in Srinagar.
The incident took place near Madina Chowk, Lalbazar where terrorists fired upon the victim Virender Paswan. Paswan, a resident of Bihar's Bhagalpur district worked as a street vendor. Police said a search operation was underway to nab the terrorists. This was the second attack carried out on a non-Kashmiri street vendor.
A businessman named Makhan Lal Bindroo has also been killed by terrorists in Srinagar on Tuesday evening. The area was later cordoned off and a search to nab the terrorists was initiated. Bindroo He was a prominent businessman in the valley region with two medical stores in Srinagar including one started by his family in 1947.
Another attack was reported from Bandipora District in North Jammu and Kashmir where a civilian identified as Mohd Shafi Lone resident of Naidkhai was shot dead.
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