Srinagar: There is panic in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir after migrant workers were targeted by terrorists. People who have come from other states to work there are now seen escaping the valley. The railway stations have changed after two migrant labourers from Bihar were killed in Kashmir on Sunday. Jammu railway station witnessed a large rush of migrant workers who want to return home.
A large number of people are sitting on the footpath of Jammu railway station, all waiting for a train. The children of the workers were seen crying because of their hunger. Talking to the media, the workers said, 'We will never come back to Kashmir because terrorists are threatening and selectively attacking there.' Migrant workers have said that they are in danger of life. Workers say the situation is such that they don't even have any deposits. Some alleged that the owner of the brick kiln where they worked as labourers did not even pay their dues and without that, they were forced to return home because the matter has come to life here.
Terrorists are targeting Hindus and Sikhs in Jammu and Kashmir, people are afraid of it. Two Bihar labourers were killed by militants in the Kulgam district of south Kashmir on Sunday. The deceased have been identified as Raja and Joginder of Bihar. Both Raja Rishidev (32) and Joginder Rishidev (34) were residents of Araria. Chunchun Rishidev was also shot with them, but his life was saved. Raja, Joginder and Chunchun came to Kashmir about six months ago. Today's Kashmir is reminiscent of the horrific 1990 bloodshed when thousands of Kashmiri Pandits were killed and their sisters and daughters were gang-raped by Islamic militants. Millions of Kashmiri Hindus had fled the valley overnight for fear.