6 members of the same family died mysteriously in Jammu and Kashmir. Their bodies have been recovered. The police are actively investigating the incident.
The incident took place in Chitra area of Jammu. The identity of the deceased has been revealed. Sakina Begum. His two daughters Naseema Akhtar and Rubina Banu, son Zafar Saleem, cousins Noor ul Habib and Sajad Ahmed were deceased.
The bodies of two of them were found in one house and the bodies of the remaining 4 were found in another house nearby. The bodies have been sent to Jammu Government Medical College Hospital. The police said that there were no bullet injuries on the bodies. The police said that they are investigating whether it was a conspiracy or suicide or murder by the terrorists.
It is noteworthy that the national flag was also hoisted on the roof of the two houses where the dead bodies were lying.
J&K | Six members of a family found dead at their residences in Sidra area of Jammu. Details awaited.
Two bodies were found in one house, while four were found in their second house. pic.twitter.com/woHFlOMsW0
— ANI (@ANI) August 17, 2022
Threat to Pandits: While 6 members of the same family have mysteriously died in Jammu, terrorist attacks are taking place in Kashmir on a daily basis.
Yesterday (Aug.16) in Kashmir, terrorists entered an apple orchard and shot dead brothers belonging to the Pandit community. One of them died on the spot. One was seriously injured.
Attacks on migrant workers by the Pandit minority community in Kashmir have been on the rise in recent times. Three months ago, a Kashmiri Pandit was murdered in a government office in Putgam district. The Pandit community staged massive protests after the incident. As their lives and property were not guaranteed, they staged protests demanding that they all arrange to return to Jammu. After Budgam incident, 5000 Pandits started working safely instead of going to government jobs.
In this case, attacks on Pandits continue. It has been warned that such attacks will continue. Kashmir Freedom Fighters claimed responsibility for yesterday’s attack. It is a branch of the banned Al Badr Organization. In a statement released by the organization, it said that they have targeted the Pandit brothers for promoting the tricolor rally in Kashmir.