Gupkar will meet with LG Pandits to discuss the issue of safety.

Kashmiri Pandit workers staged a demonstration in Srinagar and demanded relocation to safer places outside the Valley . Members of the community are being punished with teargas shells, baton charge, detention, and arrests for resenting the killing .

SRINAGAR (Such as the four-party Peoples Alliance for the Gupkar Declaration (PAGD) met with a delegation of Kashmiri Pandits on Saturday and requested an appointment with J&K lieutenant governor Manoj Sinha to address the community's fears about safety in the Valley after government clerk Rahul Bhat was killed in a targeted terrorist assault in his Budgam office on Thursday.On Saturday, anger in the UT began to boil.A group of Kashmiri Pandit workers staged a demonstration in Srinagar and demanded their relocation to safer places outside the Valley.Members of the community are being punished with teargas shells, baton charge, detention, and arrests for resenting the killing, according to the All PM Package Employees Forum.

Following travel restrictions in these camps, clashes were detected in settlements constructed for Kashmiri Pandits in Anantnag, Budgam, where Bhat lived with his wife and daughter, and Baramulla.The meeting at Farooq Abdullah's home in Srinagar at NC headquarters heightened concerns of the community following the Bhats assassination, and some even suggested leaving the Valley for good if adequate security were not provided to Kashmiri Pandits living and working in J&K.(With agency inputs)