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HomeNewsPunjab migrant injured in Wed's Srinagar attack passes away

Punjab migrant injured in Wed’s Srinagar attack passes away

SRINAGAR/AMRITSAR: The toll from Wednesday’s

terrorist attack

in Srinagar on two men from Punjab’s Chamiyari village rose as 27-year-old Rohit Masih died of multiple bullet wounds at SKIMS hospital on Thursday, report Saleem Pandit and Yudhvir Rana.
According to sources, Rohit and 31-year-old Amritpal Singh were en route to their rented accommodation in Shaheed Gunj following a holiday in Amritsar when gunmen affiliated with The Resistance Force, a covert arm of Pakistan-backed LeT, shot them with an AK-47 rifle at close range. Amritpal died instantly, marking Kashmir valley’s first targeted killing of non-natives this year.
While Amritpal’s body reached Chamiyari on Thursday, Rohit’s remains are being sent from Srinagar. Initially, Amritpal’s family refused to perform his last rites, demanding compensation, but they relented after assurance from district authorities. J&K administration announced compensation of Rs 1.5 lakh for each victim’s family, while Punjab govt declared Rs 2 lakh ex gratia each.
Amritpal’s father Surmukh lamented that his youngest son, among seven siblings, had ventured to Srinagar three to four times in pursuit of work due to higher wages offered for carpentry there. Rohit’s father Prem Masih said his son worked as a painter and accompanied Amritpal to Srinagar.

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