Civilians killings in Kashmir aimed at creating communal divide in J&K: DGP Dilbag Singh

Says police have got some vital clues, attackers will be soon nabbed

Says police have got some vital clues, attackers will be soon nabbed

Srinagar, Oct 07 (KNS): Director General of Police, Dilbag Singh on Thursday said that the civilian Killings in the Valley are only aimed to create communal tensions in Jammu and Kashmir and damage the age-old communal ethos here.

As per Kashmir News Service (KNS) correspondent, DGP while talking to reporters in Eidgah, where two government teachers were shot dead, said that it is a plan designed to defy the unity of the people of J&K and such inhumane acts of violence are display of brutality and cowardice.

He said that the killing of innocent people, who are working socially for the welfare of the people are being targeted, are aimed to create divide and to create an environment of fear among the masses.

DGP said that these attacks are being carried out to damage the age-old communal harmony in the valley.

“Srinagar police has been investigating the recent killings of civilians in which a noted pharmacist, one non-local vendor and a local person were killed. Police has got some major clues and soon the culprits will be nabbed,” he said.

While referring to Pakistan, he said that the militants involved in such merciless acts are working on the instructions of neighbouring country and the main motive is to defame the local Muslims of Kashmir.

He also said that the Pakistani trained millitants are targeting the civilian population of valley so as to disrupt the prevailing peaceful atmosphere in the Valley.

"I hope that the people of the Valley will understand the situation and co-operate with the police,” he said.

Notably, two government teachers including a lady were shot dead inside a school premises in Eidgah are of Srinagar today morning. (KNS)

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