After killing of the cop, now a non-local labourer assassinated in Kulgam

On Friday, 17 September, a railway cop was martyred and a non-local labourer assassinated in two separate terrorist attacks in South Kashmir’s Kulgam district. Terrorists indiscriminately opened fire upon a cop and critically wounded a police constable near Shamford School in Kulgam district this evening. The injured police constable was shifted to the hospital. However, he succumbed to injuries on the way. The martyr cop was identified as Bantu Sharma, son of Trilokinath Sharma resident of Wanpoh who was working as a Follower in J&K Police.
Inspector-General of Police, Vijay Kumar, said that after the killing of top commanders, militants were frustrated and resorting to targeting unarmed persons. “Terrorists and their handlers in Pakistan are frustrated with the recent elimination of top cards of terrorists and peaceful environment even after the death of separatist leader SAS Geelani. That’s why terrorists have killed one unarmed policeman (PSI) recently and one unarmed policeman & one innocent outside labourer today in Kulgam district”, he said. The notorious Resistance Front (TRF) claimed responsibility for both attacks. They read in the message that the labourer was targeted for being a collaborator of security forces. The majority of leaders including former Chief Ministers of J&K condemned the killing of the policeman and expressed condolences to the bereaved family. “I unequivocally condemn the militant attack in Kulgam district of South Kashmir. My heartfelt condolences to the family & colleagues of Constable Bantoo Sharma of Railway Protection Force who was killed in the line
of duty earlier this evening. May his soul rest in peace,” tweeted Omar Abdullah. PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti also tweeted: “Very sorry to hear about the attack in Kulgam today that claimed yet another innocent life. Deepest condolences & prayers with Bantoo Sharma ji’s family. May his soul rest in peace.
Peoples Conference chief Sajad Lone also took to Twitter handle, “Strongly condemn the killing of a policeman in Kulgam. May Allah give patience to the family of Bantu Sharma to bear this loss. And May the killers rot in hell.” Terrorists also shot dead a labourer from Bihar, at Nehama area of Kulgam district. Police said that a non-J&K labourer was shot at by armed terrorists at around 8:25 pm at the Nehama area. The slain was identified as Shankar Choudhary, a resident of Bihar.
After the death of SAS Geelani, terrorists now sat unrested try propagation of fear among masses, to perpetuate their nefarious goals, though the master is dead now. One killing of non-local will spill fear and suspicion in the whole non-local community working in the valley, as focus on them had been set by the terror outfits. The general public is merely a spectator while daily spill of blood is now a new normal, the public should take strong note of civilian casualties and the hurdle in their movement, none is spared whether it be a toddler or an adolescent. KRF in harsh words condemn the attack carried by TRF to spill fear and backlash the economic prosperity in the valley.

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