Zoom News : Nov 03, 2022, 10:35 PM
In Jammu and Kashmir, terrorists have once again carried out the incident of target killing. Terrorists shot two non-Kashmiri civilians in Anantnag on Thursday. Both have been admitted to the hospital in injured condition. Among the two non-Kashmiris who were targeted by terrorists, one is from Bihar while the other person is from neighboring country Nepal. Both are employees of a private school located in Bondiyalgam area.Regarding the incident, the Kashmir Zone Police tweeted, 'Terrorists have opened fire on two migrant laborers (one from Bihar and the other from Nepal). Both were working in a private SAPS school at Bondiyalgam in Anantnag district. Both are being admitted to the hospital. Please tell that the complete information related to the incident is yet to come.Lt Governor said - terrorism is counting its last breathJammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha said on Thursday that terrorism is counting its last breath here. He appealed to all the stakeholders to play their part in bringing lasting peace and normalcy in the Union Territory. “Only the police and security forces cannot bring lasting peace. Elected public representatives and other sections of the administration can also play a big role in this.'Need to build trust in people'The Lt Governor's statement came in response to criticism by political parties over incidents of selective killing of Kashmiri Pandits in the Union Territory. He said that now there is a need for such a system in which common people have confidence that they will get justice and the administration will help them.