Kashmiri Pandits will get justice!, after 31 years, bitta karate case reopens
Kashmiri Pandits will get justice!, after 31 years, bitta karate case reopens

A sessions court in Srinagar has reopened the case against Farooq Ahmad Dar alias Bitta Karate, accused of killing Kashmiri Pandits during an armed insurgency in the 1990s. Yes, according to the information received recently, the court is going to hear the matter on April 16. You all must be aware that Satish Tikku was shot dead on February 2, 1990, in the Habba Kadal area of Srinagar. Yes, the court has taken this action while acting on the petition of Tikku's family members. Let us tell you all that amidst all this, Satish Tikku's brother-in-law Pradeep Kaul says that the matter is under consideration, so the family will not comment.

He said that we have full faith in the law. The media has already created a hue and cry about this matter. We want things to go according to the law. In fact, the film Kashmir Files has started discussing the killings and exodus of Kashmiri Pandits again. Not only this, the banned outfit Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) has been largely blamed for the violence, which demanded an independent Kashmir. Now let's talk about Bitta Karate, he and Yasin Malik are lodged in Delhi's Tihar Jail on charges of funding Pakistan for terrorist activities in Kashmir. Let us tell you that the NIA arrested Karate in 2017 and Malik in February 2019.

Bitta Karate was initially arrested in 1990 and admitted on camera to having killed 20 Pandits on the orders of JKLF leaders. However, Later Bitta Karate denied it, saying, "He made this statement under pressure. Karate was released in 2006 for lack of evidence and "disinterest" of the prosecution. Let us tell you that Farooq Ahmad Dar got the name Bitta Karate because it was a trend in martial arts. Karate grew up in the Guru Bazar area of the old city of Srinagar, which was the epicenter of militancy in the 1990s. She dropped out of high school, which had many pandit teachers. In this case, advocate Utsav Bains said that "the victim's family should get justice". 31 years have passed and the family doesn't know what happened to the case. '



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