Three non-local apple traders in Kashmir become target of terrorists| Master Stroke

17 Oct 2019 10:12 PM

Three non-local apple traders in Kashmir become target of terrorists| Master Stroke

Updated 17 Oct 2019 10:12 PM

Targeted killings of apple traders and non-local labourers, terrorists have affected the lives of apple farmers.
An apple trader from Punjab, a laborer from Chhatisgarh, and a truck driver from Rajasthan have been shot dead in Kashmir valley. 3 people shot and killed in 3 days. 
The killings have sent the ailing apple markets – the lifeblood of Kashmir’s economy -- involving around half of the population of the state in a tailspin.

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