Kashmiriyat is Humanity not Terrorism – Amarnath Pilgrims saved by Muslim Locals of Kashmir

Amarnath - Jammu and Kashmir
Amarnath - Jammu and Kashmir

Kashmir has become a flash point of ethnically and religiously inclined terrorism; that’s what people are getting as information for last couple of weeks. But that is not real Kashmir or Kashmiriyat as a whole. Kashmir and people of Kashmir is a place full of Human values and respect for All. Which has been deliberately dislodged by the all section with implant of terror faces. A rare bid to save humanity has been executed by the people of Bijbehara by saving people during an road accident who were travelling to Amarnath shrine, a hindu holy place.

Hats of to the people of Kashmir for upholding the values of brotherhood and humanity.

Muslims in volatile south Kashmir on Wednesday rescued of Amarnath pilgrims when a bus had an accident with a vehicle on the Pahalgam-Jammu National Highway.

Two persons were killed including the driver, in the accident.

Several Muslims in Bijbehara, which saw clashes over death of two protesters a day before, defied the curfew restrictions to rescue the pilgrims and shift them to nearby hospitals. Twenty-two pilgrims were injured in the accident.

Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti congratulated the effort of the residents of Halmulla, Bijbehara, and the adjoining areas

“who, amid trying circumstances, helped the injured Amarnath Yatris.”

“This is the uniqueness of Kashmir’s distinct and valued culture, we must all fight to protect. Locals, themselves mourning tragic deaths in the recent law and order situation, ignored their personal grief and rushed to the accident spot to rescue the injured pilgrims,” said Ms. Mufti.

Meanwhile, BJP Minister Priya Sethi directed the administration to ensure that all registered Yatris are cleared for onward journey to the cave shrine. “Due to unfortunate incidents in the Valley, the Yatra had to be suspended for some time but now that the government has made all required arrangements the Yatra has resumed as per routine,” said Ms. Sethi.


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