The terrorists opened fire on a Hindu teacher in Gopalpora, Kulgam area of Jammu and Kashmir, who died in hospital. After this incident where the Kashmiri Hindus are angry, while LG Manoj Singha expressed his regret for the incident, the filmmaker Ashok Pandit was furious.
Deputy Governor Manoj Singha tweeted about this incident, writing that “The terrorist attack on school teacher Rajni Bala is the most reprehensible act. My deepest condolences to the bereaved family. An unforgettable response will be given to the terrorists and their sympathizers for this cowardly attack. Ashok Pandit was furious at this.
Ashok Pandit alleged that Hindus living in relief camps were prevented from leaving. Along with this it was written that ‘We are tired of this response from you Mr LG. Why has he imprisoned Kashmiri Pandit employees in their own colonies so that they cannot go to Jammu to save their lives? It is a pity that nationalists are treated like criminals. Please change this order.’
People’s reactions: A user named Brijesh Pandey wrote that ‘Hindus should live and fight for their rights. It is true that governments cannot provide security for everyone, but terrorists must be punished harshly and without mercy, which is what the government is doing. Hindus should not leave Kashmir.
A user named Kishore Rao wrote that “Measures must be taken to give severe response, wouldn’t it be better to stop such attacks and ensure the safety of the common people of Kashmir?” One user wrote that ‘Sir, have you even read the reply to your tweet or is it just a copy and paste formality? How will families get justice?’
Tell them that the teacher who was killed in Kulgam district had been working since 2010. The Kashmir police have said that the terrorists involved in this crime will soon be identified and killed. At the same time, former Prime Minister Farooq Abdullah said, if the attacks on Kashmiri pundits are to be stopped, then the film Kashmir Files must be banned.