A financial reward has been positioned on the pinnacle of an area militant chargeable for the homicide of a Kashmiri pandit in Shopian by the Jammu and Kashmir Police. Police have named the militant as Mohd Latief Lone.
Vijay Kumar, the extra director common of police in Kashmir, proposed a reward on Thursday for anybody with data on the militant chargeable for the October demise of a Kashmiri Pandit in South Kashmir’s Shopian space.
Taking to Twitter, Kashmir Zone Police acknowledged: “Throughout investigation of case FIR No 211/2022 of PS Shopian pertaining to killing of Kashmiri Pandit Shri Puran Krishan Bhat of Chowdharygund by terrorists on fifteenth October, one Mohd Latief Lone S/O Nisar Ah of Verify Kachidoora was discovered to be concerned on this heinous terror crime.”
Throughout investigation of case FIR No 211/2022 of PS Shopian pertaining to killing of Kashmiri Pandit Shri Puran Krishan Bhat of Chowdharygund by terrorists on fifteenth October, one Mohd Latief Lone S/O Nisar Ah of Verify Kachidoora was discovered to be concerned on this heinous terror crime.
— Kashmir Zone Police (@KashmirPolice) November 24, 2022
“The stated killer is lacking from his dwelling since 12/11/2022. Any particular person giving any details about accused Mohd Latief Lone will probably be suitably rewarded by Police,” ADGP Kashmir stated.
Latest Assaults In Jammu & Kashmir
In August, a Kashmiri Pandit was shot useless and his brother injured after militants opened fireplace at them within the Shopian. The deceased was recognized as Sunil Kumar and his injured brother as Pintu Kumar.
Whereas India celebrated its seventy fifth Independence Day, terrorists threw a grenade at a home in Budgam, injuring a civilian recognized as Karan Kumar Singh who was shifted to a Srinagar hospital.
Militants have stepped up assaults within the Kashmir valley concentrating on minorities and safety personnel.
A policeman was killed in Nowhatta and a migrant labourer in Bandipora in August. Two grenade assaults befell in Budgam and Srinagar districts on August 15.