J&K: Non-Kashmiri shot dead in Bandipora
J&K: Non-Kashmiri shot dead in Bandipora

Srinagar: A non-Kashmiri has once again been shot dead in the Valley. In fact, terrorists carried out this incident in Bandipora here in the early hours of Friday. It is being told that the police have reached the spot and with this, a siege is being laid in search of the terrorists. The incident took place in Sadunara village in Ajas tehsil of Bandipora district, police said. According to reports, the labourer hailed from Bihar and was identified as Mohammad Amrez (19). Amrej was reportedly a resident of the Besad village in the Madhepura district and his father's name was identified as Mohammad Jaleel.

It is being said that Amrez came here to work as a labourer and there is no more information about him. Jammu and Kashmir Police said it was a midnight incident, and militants fired and injured the labourer at Sodnara Sumbal in Bandipora. He was taken to a hospital for treatment, succumbing to his injuries. At present, the killings of non-Kashmiris in the Valley are not stopping. In April, a man was shot dead by militants in the Kakran area of south Kashmir's Kulgam district.

The man has been identified as Satish Singh Rajput and the terror outfit has warned non-locals to leave the Valley. Let us tell you that this warning has been given to Kashmiri Pandits to leave the valley. You must be aware that due to target killings in the Kashmir Valley, government employees, and migrant labourers are in a panic. Here terrorists are also targeting TV artists and bank managers. In the past months, frequent incidents had raised concerns and at that time, migration had also started after 10 incidents of target killing were reported in 26 days.

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