Terrorists attack Hindus in Jammu : 4 Hindus killed

Another Hindu killed at the same place in a bomb blast the following day

  • Hindus are not safe even today in Jammu & Kashmir.
  • What action is the Union Government going to take to protect Hindus ?

Rajouri (J&K) – On the first day of the Christian New Year, Jihadi terrorists attacked Hindus at Upper Dhangri, 10 kms from Rajouri near Jammu. Four Hindus were killed and six were seriously injured in the attack. Some of the injured are being treated at the Government hospital in Rajouri while some were flown to Jammu for treatment. Shishu Pal, Pavan Kumar, Rohit Pandit, Saroj Bala, and Ridham Sharma are injured. One person died in the hospital during treatment, whose identity is not yet known. It is reported that a Hindu boy died in the bomb blast at the same spot on 2nd January 2023.

(Credit : India Today)

Terrorists drove in an SUV on the evening of the 1st January in the Upper Dhangri area. They called out Hindus staying near the Ram Mandir, checked their Aadhaar cards, and then fired at them.

The Additional Director-General of Police, Mukesh Singh of Jammu, said that the local Police, the Central Reserved Police Force (CRPF) and the Army have surrounded the Upper Dhangri area to hunt for the terrorists. They would be found soon and action would be taken.

Other than this incident, terrorists threw grenades at the bunker of the 28th Battalion of CRPF at Hawal Chowk in Srinagar on 1st January, in which one citizen was injured.


Irfan Bashir Ghani, a 25-year-old youth, snatched away an AK-47 rifle from a CRPF Jawan at Pulwama in the Rajpora area on the same morning. The area was then circled by security forces and a search for the terrorists was on. The Jihadi was taken to a Police station by his family in the evening.

Editorial Viewpoint

In Jammu and Kashmir, Hindus are still not safe from Jihadi terrorists. What steps will the Central Government take to protect the Hindus there ?

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