Pakistan based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed suspected to be behind the killing of 5 laborers

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Internal sources to be believed the armed terrorist belongs from Pakistan based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed

New Delhi| On Tuesday Five migrant labourers from West Bengal found killed by terrorists in Kashmir and one Injured. According to the internal sources, Pakistan based terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed could be responsible for the brutal attack.

Five migrant labourers were shot dead by terrorists in Kulgam district of south Kashmir. All the victims hailed from Murshidabad district of West Bengal, the police said.

The attack happened when European MLA’s were scheduled to visit Kashmir to experience the state of the J&K after the abrogation of Article 370 of the Constitution on the 5th of August.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee demanded a thorough investigation and expressed her grief. She also extended support to the family of the victims.

Jammu and Kashmir Congress expressed shock at the incident and called it a cowardly act.

Meanwhile, security has been further beefed up in Kashmir following the latest killings in Kulgam and the past incidents over the last few weeks.

The Centre’s decision on abrogating Article 370, Kashmir has seen terrorists targeting truckers and laborers, mainly who have come to the Valley from outside Kashmir.

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On Monday, a trucker from Udhampur district was killed by militants in Anantnag. This was the fourth truck driver to be killed by militants since August 5.

On October 24, terrorists killed two non-Kashmiri truck drivers in Shopian district.

On October 14, two terrorists, including a suspected Pakistani national, shot dead the driver of a truck having Rajasthan registration number and assaulted an orchard owner in Shopian district. The driver was identified as Sharief Khan.


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