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Amit Shah Stands Strong On The Bloodshed In The Valley And Dispatches Specialists To Neutralize Terrorists

Around 10.30 a.m. on Thursday, three pistol-wielding terrorists barged into the Government Boys Higher Secondary School and picked out 44-year-old Supinder Kaur and her colleague Deepak Chand after ascertaining who among the employees was not a Kashmiri Muslim, according to the eyewitness.

“In the beginning, they just wanted to know who we were. The Muslim staff was then requested to leave the room while the two victims were interviewed. “We have no idea what they talked about,” the witness added, requesting anonymity.

The terrible deaths happened only 36 hours after three people were killed down in Srinagar on Tuesday evening, including a famous Kashmiri Pandit pharmacist, Makhan Lal Bindroo, and a street seller from Bihar.

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The assassinations of the two instructors sparked widespread anger in the area, with some notable Kashmiri Pandits casting doubt on the BJP’s assertions that normality had returned to Kashmir.

Mehbooba Mufti, the leader of the People’s Democratic Party and a former chief minister of J&K, blamed the Union government for the deteriorating security situation in the Valley. “It’s upsetting to see how the situation in Kashmir is deteriorating, with a small minority being the most recent target.” The Indian government’s boasts of constructing a Naya Kashmir have transformed it into a hellhole. Its only goal is to utilize Kashmir as a cash cow for electoral purposes,” she said on Twitter.

Amit Shah Firm On Valley Violence, Sends Experts To Neutralise Terrorists

With Rawalpindi in control of Afghanistan, the new focus is on Kashmir, intending to prevent minorities from returning to the Valley by killing any who dares to do so.

With Union Home Minister Amit Shah issuing firm and unequivocal instructions to stop the killings of innocent people and minorities in Kashmir, the Centre has dispatched its top counter-terrorism experts to the Valley to assist local police in neutralizing the Pakistan-backed local module responsible for terror attacks in Srinagar.

Home Minister Shah held a marathon five-hour meeting on Kashmir on Thursday, after terrorists from Pakistan’s Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) backed so-called The Resistance Force (TRF) gunned down a Kashmiri Pandit pharmacist, a school principal, a teacher, and two others in a new wave of terror attacks in Srinagar. Shah offered stern orders to bring the criminals to justice while urging the security agencies to deploy their CT specialists to Kashmir.

The assaults occured at a time when visitors from the Indian hinterland are flocking to the Valley, with all hotels reporting 100% occupancy and Srinagar buzzing with business.

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According to security authorities, the current uptick in violence is a sign of Pakistani-based organizations’ confidence in the aftermath of the ultra-conservative Taliban’s conquest of Kabul and the nomination of Lt Gen Nadeem Anjum as the new ISI head. With Rawalpindi in control of Afghanistan, the new focus is on Kashmir, intending to prevent minorities from returning to the Valley by killing any who dare to do so.

The weapons used in recent assassinations, according to top security officials, are handguns that may have been dropped in the higher parts of the Valley by drones from over the border.

“The larger concern,” a senior police officer continued, “is when Pakistani terrorists bring US sniper rifles and area guns into the Valley from Afghanistan in the coming days.”

While the current terror module may be neutralized in the next few days, Pakistan will certainly increase pressure on Kashmir to pressure the Modi administration to reinstate Articles 370 and 35A and reverse the establishment of the Union territory of Jammu and Kashmir on August 5, 2019.

The latter is also a desire of Valley-based political parties, who support India’s talks with Pakistan for Kashmir peace.

The Modi administration, on the other hand, is not about to give in to the Pakistan-based terror organizations, with Home Minister Shah directing security agencies and paramilitary troops to go after the terrorists as soon as possible and to bring back normality to the Valley.

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