An investigation of the use of force during the Kashmiri Pandit killing protests has been ordered.

Police used batons and tear-smoke shells to deter protests . Rahul Bhats was gunned down by terrorists inside the tehsil office in Chadoora town .

Srinagar: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha of Jammu and Kashmir has ordered an investigation into the use of force against the Kashmiri Pandit employees who were protesting Rahul Bhat's assassination, as well as the administration's inability to provide protection to the Kashmiri pandit workers.On Friday, police used batons and tear-smoke shells at Sheikhpora in Budgam to deter the demonstrations.The government has ordered an investigation into the killing of Bhats and has set up a SIT.He was a great employee.

The SHO has been attached.Mr Sinha said that the SIT would look at all the possibilities.He said that the SIT would also look at the use of force on the protestors.They will be posted in safe and secure locations in a week.

We understand their pain and suffering, he said, and the government will take steps to ensure complete safety wherever they live.Bhat, who was hired by the Kashmiri Pandit Special Employment Scheme in 2010-11, was gunned down by terrorists inside the tehsil office in Chadoora town on Thursday, telling them that the system is working well.Several people are attempting to destabilize the atmosphere, but I am sorry to warn them that they will fail.According to Sinha, two foreign terrorists involved in the killings were killed and the police are looking for the others.According to Sinha, the government is sensitive to the situation and will make every effort to correct their deficiencies.I urge all political parties to start calling for a social boycott of any of them.