TRF terrorists in Kashmir must be hunted down speedily
The Bharatiya Janata Party has demanded a probe into the letter which went viral on social media
24 Kashmiri Pandits and several non-Kashmiri migrants have been attacked and killed by terrorists in the Kashmir Valley since the start of 2021. Various Kashmiri Pandit bodies have voiced concerns over such threats. Many of the terrorist dogs who carried out the attacks were hunted down too.
Now “Kashmiri Fight”, a blog that serves as the mouthpiece of these terror dogs The Resistance Front, has threatened 57 Kashmiri Pandit employees working in the Kashmir valley as teachers under the Prime Minister’s Rehabilitation Package.
This comes weeks after a terrorist issued threatening letters to several Kashmiri journalists and editors, accusing them of being informers of the Central government. More than 6,000 Kashmiri Pandit employees work in the Valley and the letter has triggered fear among them.
The Bharatiya Janata Party has demanded a probe into the letter which went viral on social media. There is no doubt that all out effort is required to hunt down these dogs. Their training facilities and support bases located in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir or even in Pakistan has to be destroyed completely.
BJP spokesman Altaf Thakur has asked the authorities to probe how the list was leaked. He also asked them to provide adequate security to them.
“This is a security breach as militants have a clear idea who is posted where. Government must take strong note of it and find out who has leaked the list at a time when targeted killings are taking place in the Valley,” Thakur said, IANS reported.
Panun Kashmir (PK) chairman, Ajay Chrungoo, Kashmiri Pandit Sabha president, K K Khosa, Kashmiri Pandit Conference (KPC) president, Kundan Kashmiri, All India Migrant Camp Coordination Committee (AIMCCC) president, Desh Rattan, and other Pandit leaders have concerns over the threat letter.
Several of these leaders have demanded that such employees should be moved out of the valley and posted in Jammu.