Protests are being held in many parts of Jammu & Kashmir after the killing of government clerk Rahul Bhat.
In Jammu Kashmir, again, the whole management has heated up. Members of the Kashmiri pandits community took to the streets and protested against the killing of Rahul Pandit. On Thursday, a Kashmiri pandit name Rahul Bhat was shot by the terrorists. 45-year-old Rahul Bhat was employed as a government clerk and was shot inside his office in Chadoora in Budgam.
Kashmiri Pandits block the roads and go towards the Budgam airport road; they all demand justice for Rahul Bhat. After the protestor’s situation in Jammu Kashmir seems very serious in Budgam everywhere, there was an alert of force to stop the protestors.
At the time of Rahul Bhat’s funeral, when BJP leader Ravinder Raina and former deputy chief minister Kavinder Gupta arrived at the funeral, protesters also tried to stop and started sloganeering against them.
Rahul Bhat was shot by the terrorist who shot him inside his office. According to sources, first, terrorists asked for his name and religion and then shot him. After the shooting, his colleagues hurriedly took him to the hospital, but he did not survive and took his last breath during the treatment.
And after this incident , the situation there got worst people came on the road and started demanding the arrest of the terrorist who shot Rahul Bhat. in the midst of all this, another big and shocking thing comes to the fore.
Meanwhile, Mehbooba Mufti, president of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP)alleged that she was put under house arrest before she visited Budgam. The President of the Peoples Democratic Party said that she wanted to go and express solidarity with the protesting Kashmiri Pandits. Moreover, Mehbooba Mufti also posted a tweet near 11:06 am on her Twitter in which she said that she was on house arrest.
“Wanted to visit Budgam to express my solidarity with Kashmiri pandits protesting against GOIs’ failure to protect them. Have been put under house arrest because Kashmiri pandits empathize with each other’s pain doesn’t fit into the vicious communal narrative”.