Pioneers across the political range in Bihar on Monday censured the new killing of regular people, including those from the state, in Jammu and Kashmir and asked the Center to make a solid move against those involved.
On Sunday, Raja Rishidev and Yogendra Rishidev from Bihar were killed by fear based oppressors in Anantnag’s Wanpoh region and Chunchun Rishidev was harmed. Their demises come a day after a road merchant from Bihar’s Banka, Arbind Kumar Sah, was gunned down in the Eidgah space of Srinagar on Saturday. On October 5, Virender Paswan from Bihar’s Bhagalpur region was killed in the Lal Bazar space of Srinagar.
“I accept that these ‘designated’ non military personnel killings are completed with the help of Pakistan allies and Taliban supporters. I emphatically censure these occurrences. I accept that the public authority, under PM Modi’s direction, will make a solid move against this episode,” Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Nikhil Anand told news organization ANI.
Shivanand Tiwari, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) pioneer and previous bureau serve, scrutinized the activity taken so far after Jammu and Kashmir lieutenant lead representative (L-G) Manoj Sinha held discussions with security authorities about non military personnel killings in the Union region. Tiwari brought up that individuals from Bihar have been heading out to J-K for business.
One more pioneer from Bihar, Rajiv Ranjan of the Janata Dal(United) or JD(U), let the news office know that infiltrators think that it is hard to process the way that the Center is clearing way for advancement in Kashmir. “Following this, such savage occurrences occur. I have faith in the focal government and trust that they will make a solid move on this,” Ranjan added.
On Sunday, Bihar boss pastor Nitish Kumar dialed Jammu and Kashmir L-G Manoj Sinha over the assault in Anantnag and communicated profound worries over the killing of individuals from Bihar in the Valley. As indicated by an assertion gave by the main priest’s office, Kumar said that a pay of ₹200,000 will be given to the groups of Raja Rishidev and Yogendra Rishidev from the CM relief reserve. The Bihar CM has additionally declared a pay of ₹200,000 for the group of Arbind Kumar Sah.
In the interim, the United Liberation Front of J-K (ULF) on Monday asserted liability regarding Sunday’s assault in Anantnag and cautioned non-local people to leave the valley.