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KPs living under fear
12/6/2022 11:38:47 PM
Terror group TRF issuing a hit list of 56 Kashmiri Pandit employees working in the Valley has created fear among them.
A fact-finding report on the plight of KPs has revealed that nearly all of the Prime Minister (PM) Package employees and their family members are scared and living in constant fear.
The report by a three-member fact-finding delegation led by Rahul Kaul, Amit Raina and Vithal Chodwdhary in its findings said that KPs working in Kashmir are worried and their concerns need to be addressed.
The delegation visited the camps of PM Package employees in the Valley. The committee members also met various officials and political workers for a better understanding of the situation.
The committee members after meeting the KPs putting up in the Valley came to a conclusion that the security and other concerns of Kashmiri Pandits need to be addressed so that they can breathe freely. After the abrogation of Article 370, Pakistan and the terrorists sponsored by it are making desperate attempts to recreate 1990 like situation. Members of the minority communities have become the soft targets.
The selective killings carried out by the terrorists created uncertainty and chaos. After the target killings of the members of the minority community were carried out, security forces acted tough and eliminated most of the terrorists who were involved in the attacks.
Now, the fresh target list of Kashmiri Pandit employees issued by the terrorists is an indication that they are once again planning something dirty.
The Centre has taken a serious note of the “hit list.” On Tuesday Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla chaired a high level security review meeting in New Delhi to assess the threat. The meeting was attended by senior officials of the home ministry, paramilitary forces, the Jammu and Kashmir administration, and police.
The Kashmiri Pandits posted in the Valley are demanding that they should be relocated as they are living under constant fear and threat.
Terrorists are making desperate attempts to make their presence felt and to do so they have been mounting attacks on minorities.
The security agencies are maintaining a tight vigil and the KPs have been provided secure accommodations but still they are not feeling safe. Their genuine concerns need to be addressed.
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