Jammu and Kashmir: Terrorists do not want to allow 'Pundits' to stay in Kashmir, now Bal Krishna has been shot with 3 bullets

Srinagar: Terrorists on Monday (April 4, 2022) shot a Kashmiri Pandit in Shopian district of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. Kashmiri Pandits have been seriously injured in this incident. He has been admitted to the Army Hospital in Srinagar. As soon as the information about the incident was received, the security forces reached the spot and started the search operation by blocking the blockade. The name of the injured Kashmiri Pandit is being told as Bal Krishna. He is a resident of Chotigam in Shopian district of South Kashmir. He got three bullets in this terrorist attack. He has sustained injuries on his arms and legs. He runs a medical shop in the village itself.

Let us tell you that this was the fourth attack of terrorists in Kashmir within the last 24 hours. Earlier, terrorists had targeted non-Kashmiri laborers. Terrorists attacked two non-Kashmiri laborers in Pulwama on Monday afternoon. Both the workers were injured in this attack. They have been identified as Pataleshwar Kumar and Joko Chaudhary, both residents of Bihar. On the other hand, terrorists opened fire on CRPF jawans in Maisuma area of ​​Srinagar, in which one jawan was martyred and another jawan was injured. A search operation was started for the attackers by cordoning off the area.

Let us inform that this terrorist incident has happened at a time when tourism is registering a boom in the valley. Thousands of tourists visit the valley daily. A record 90 flights were operated to pick and drop tourists in the Valley on 28 March 2022. Earlier, the terrorists had targeted the laborers of Punjab. A driver and a helper were shot and injured in Naupora village of Pulwama. Both were residents of Pathankot in Punjab.

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