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Amit Shah Meets National Security Advisor Ajit Doval Over Targeted Killings

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday met National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and discussed the recent incidents of target killings in Kashmir. Union Minister of State, Prime Minister’s Office Dr Jitendra Singh also attended the meeting. According to the information, the meeting is still going on. The Home Minister is taking information on the situation in Kashmir. Here in Kashmir on Thursday also a Hindu employee was murdered by terrorists. Angry and frightened by the target killings in Kashmir, Hindu workers had warned of mass exodus.

The meeting comes on a day when a Rajasthan bank manager was shot dead by a terrorist in the second targeted attack on Hindus in the Valley in Kulgam, Jammu and Kashmir. The terrorist shot the bank manager Vijay Kumar after entering the Area branch of Elaqahi Dehati Bank. In the CCTV footage, it can be seen that the killer enters the branch, shoots and runs away. The injured Vijay Kumar breathed his last when he was being taken to the hospital. Even before this, Hindu female teacher Rajni Bala was shot. Members of the community have been protesting after Rahul Bhat, a Kashmiri Pandit, was shot dead inside the magistrate’s office in Budgam last month.

However, taking a big decision on Wednesday, the Kashmir administration had said that all Hindu employees would be posted at the district headquarters and arrangements would be made for their security. Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha had also called a meeting in this regard. It has been decided in this meeting that all the employees of all Hindu community will be transferred to the district headquarters.

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