The return of normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir seems to be troubling Pakistan-based terrorist organisations. Irked by the development, the terror outfits have been threatening local residents in the region, asking them to not open their shops and ply taxis.
If this is not enough, the terrorists have also been threatening locals against reopening schools and educational institutions. One of the diktats issued in a letter by these outfits is that girls should not be allowed to walk out of their homes.
The letter, issued by terrorist organisations like Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Hizbul Mujahideen, states that “we are very close to Azadi and we need to strengthen the process”.
In the letter, residents of the Valley have been asked to refrain from venturing out of their homes. The taxi drivers have been told that the registration numbers of their vehicles are listed with the terror outfits and those who provide services might face consequences.
In their bid to disrupt peace in the region, the terrorists have started making common people their target.