Kashmir: Non-local labourers leave after series of killings send shivers through Valley

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On Monday, hundreds of labourers headed for the railway station at Srinagar's Nowgam to board trains for their hometowns. This, after Sunday witnessed the third attack on non-locals in Kashmir in two days. A street vendor from Bihar was previously killed in the Eidgah area of Srinagar on Saturday evening. Image courtesy: Quratulain Rehbar.
On Monday, hundreds of labourers headed for the railway station at Srinagar's Nowgam to board trains for their hometowns. This, after Sunday witnessed the third attack on non-locals in Kashmir in two days. A street vendor from Bihar was previously killed in the Eidgah area of Srinagar on Saturday evening. Image courtesy: Quratulain Rehbar.

On Monday, hundreds of labourers headed for the railway station at Srinagar's Nowgam to board trains for their hometowns. This, after Sunday witnessed the third attack on non-locals in Kashmir in two days. A street vendor from Bihar was previously killed in the Eidgah area of Srinagar on Saturday evening. Image courtesy: Quratulain Rehbar

 In Srinagar, non-ocal labourers spent the entire day, without food, waiting for a train to take them home. Some said they hadn't slept all night after hearing about the killing of two more non-local labourers, who were shot dead in the evening hours of Sunday, in Kulgam. Image courtesy: Quratulain Rehbar
In Srinagar, non-ocal labourers spent the entire day, without food, waiting for a train to take them home. Some said they hadn't slept all night after hearing about the killing of two more non-local labourers, who were shot dead in the evening hours of Sunday, in Kulgam. Image courtesy: Quratulain Rehbar

In Srinagar, non-local labourers spent the entire day, without food, waiting for a train to take them home. Some said they hadn't slept all night after hearing about the killing of two more non-local labourers, who were shot dead in the evening hours of Sunday, in Kulgam. Image courtesy: Quratulain Rehbar

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