Fear In Kashmir Valley, Migrants Leave

PUBLISHED ON: October 19, 2021 | Duration: 3 min, 27 sec

  
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On a rainy morning in Srinagar, three children of Vikas Choudhary, a labourer from Bihar, are trembling in the cold as they wait for a taxi to leave Kashmir - upending a life of 18 years. Vikas's neighbour, Arbind Kumar, a gol-gappa seller was among the latest victims of the targeted killings of people from other states in Kashmir. He was shot dead on Saturday evening by terrorists who, officials say, want to scare such people away. "Bihari workers are being killed. I'm scared because they want to drive us out. No one has asked us to leave but there is fear. The gol-gappa seller who was killed was living in the same apartment here," said Vikas Choudhary.
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