PPFA Demands Punishment to J&K Murders of Teachers

NEW DELHI: Expressing dismay over the incident of killing two teachers in Jammu & Kashmir, a northeast India-based forum of nationalist citizens demands stringent punishments to the culprits. Patriotic People’s Front Assam (PPFA) laments that the shooting down of the non-Muslim teachers after separating them from the other staff is nothing but a rerun of Kashmiri Pandits’ tragedy in  1990.

Local media reports that four Islamist terrorists entered into the premises of Srinagar boy’s higher secondary school at Sangam Eidgah locality on Thursday morning hours. They singled out the principal Satinder Kour and teacher Deepak Chand after compelling them to show their identity cards to finally shoot them down together and then left the premises.

There are reports that the anti-national elements were identifying the people who joined the Independence Day celebrations after abrogation of Article 370 from J&K redefining it a Union Territory. PPFA urged Union home minister Amit Shah to take stern actions against the culprits as they are propagating anti-India agendas with violent means targeting the unarmed civilians.