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J&Okay admin to type SIT to probe killing of Kashmiri Pandit in Budgam

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By PTI

SRINAGAR: The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Friday introduced the formation of a particular investigation group (SIT) to probe the killing of a Kashmiri Pandit worker in Budgam district. It additionally stated a authorities job will probably be supplied to the spouse of the slain worker.

Rahul Bhat was shot at and critically injured by militants in his workplace at Chadoora in Budgam district on Thursday. He succumbed to accidents at a hospital in Srinagar.

“A decision has been taken to constitute special investigative team to probe all the aspects of the despicable terror attack. The SHO of the concerned police station has also been attached,” Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha tweeted.

He additionally introduced a authorities job for Bhat’s spouse and stated the administration will bear the academic bills of his daughter.

“J&K administration to provide a government job to Rahul Bhat’s wife in Jammu and financial assistance to the family. The government will bear educational expenses of the daughter,” Sinha added.

Bhat’s killing has evoked protests from Kashmiri Pandits, who’re working within the Valley below the Prime Minister’s Employment Package for the migrants.

On Friday, police had to make use of tear smoke shells and resort to baton cost to disperse a bunch of protesting migrant workers at Sheikhpura in Budgam who had been on their technique to Srinagar International Airport to protest towards the killing.

Meanwhile, district administration Srinagar has dismissed stories about mass resignation by Kashmiri Pandit workers.

“The social media reports of resignations by Migrant employees are denied as no such letter of resignation(s) have been received by the administration. Service-related issues are being addressed in time-bound manner, in (a) week,” it tweeted from its official deal with.