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Target killings: NIA likely to take up investigation
2/9/2024 10:46:56 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Feb 9: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is likely to take up the investigation of the fresh case of selective killings in Kashmir Valley.
Sources said that the Union Government has taken very serious note of the restart of selective killings in Kashmir Valley after a lull of some months.
Wednesday’s selective killings in which two poor youth from Punjab’s Amritsar lost their lives was the first targeted killing in this year.
On the one hand security forces are engaged with terrorists in the twin border districts of Poonch and Rajouri while on the other hand, terrorists have restarted targetted killings of minority communities in general and non-locals in particular Kashmir Valley.
As reported earlier, two youth Amritpal Singh and Rohit Masih were killed by terrorists. The killed youth came from poor families in Punjab’s Amritsar and had taken up work in Jammu and Kashmir to support them.
Singh, 31, died on the spot on Wednesday evening while Masih, 27, succumbed to his injuries on Thursday morning in a Srinagar hospital after they were targetted by terrorists in Shalakadal area of old Srinagar city.
Both hailed from Punjab’s Chamyari village and were neighbours.
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