Islamic terrorists shot dead a Hindu youth who applied for domicile certificate in Jammu & Kashmir.


Islamic terrorists opened indiscriminate fire at a Hindu owner of an eatery at Dalgate locality of Srinagar. The attack came at a time when an envoy of foreign leaders was staying a few kilometres away at Hotel Lalit during their visit to Jammu & Kashmir on Wednesday.

Terrorists of Islamic terror outfit Janbaz Force shot 22-year-old Aakash Mehra, son of Ramesh Kumar Mehra, while he was running his eatery Krishna Dhaba. Critically injured Aakash was admitted to SMHS Hospital, where he reported to be in stable condition.

The terror group, which claimed responsibility, attacked Hindu youth as he is an outsider who has applied for domicile certificate in J&K. One Handwara-resident Chaudhary Yasin runs the terror group and holds the post of Vice-Chairman at the United Jihad Council.

It’s important to note here that terrorists had shot dead five migrant labourers during a similar visit of foreign envoys in 2019. The migrant Labourers from West Bengal were shot dead in Shopian whereas a jeweller Satpal was killed by another terror group The Resistance Front in January 2021.


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