Sinha meets kashmiri pandits, says no one even one’s shadow can be trusted in Kashmir


Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir LG Manoj Sinha met Kashmiri Pandit protesters at Shiekhpora migrant colony in Budgam central Kashmir today, saying he will weed out ecosystem that promotes terrorism. While assuring pandits of all possible help, he didn’t give assurance of complete end of violence. Thr protesters remained firm on their demand of temporary relocation to Jammu and decided to continue their protest despite his assurances.

Kashmiri migrant Pandit employees along with their families are continuously protesting all across the Kashmir Valley since last 12 days, after the killing of Kashmiri Pandit employee Rahul Bhat at Tehsil office chadura.

After several failed attempts by the administration in pacifying the protesters to resume their duties, LG Manoj sinha today himself reached out to the protesting Pandit families and assured them all the possible help from government. LG Manoj Sinha told protesters that “here in Kashmir we can’t belive anyone, associates of terrorists could be any where. Who knows when I’m talking to you someone from them is here listening me, we can’t believe even our own shadow that strong is the terrorist eco system here, but government is working hard to destroy this whole terrorist eco system. I can’t tell you that no incident will happen again but I can assure you that we are after terrorists and all their helpers and we will finish them all”. Said Manoj sinha while trying to pacify the agitated Kashmiri Pandit community.

The protesting Kashmiri Pandit Community members heard the LG patiently, but resort to sloganeering soon LG walks back. The pandits were heard raising slogans demanding justice and temporary relocation to Jammu till the sense of security restored among them in Valley, protesters were also chanting patriotic slogans after meeting the LG and said their protest will continue till their all demands were met by the administration.

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first published:May 23, 2022, 10:34 p.m.

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