Lashkar-Affiliated Terror Outfit Claims Responsibility For Killing Bihar Labourers; Issues Warning To Migrants In ValleySecurity forces personnel in J&K (Representative Image) (Photo by Waseem Andrabi/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

The frontal outfit of Lashkar-e-Taiba, terror group United Liberation Front, has claimed responsibility for the gruesome killings of two Bihari labourers in Kashmir, reports India Today.

The terror outfit has also warned migrant labourers to leave the Kashmir valley.

There have been series of civilian killings, especially of those from outside the state, across the Valley since 6 October. So far, nine civilians have been killed during the last 11 days.

Yesterday, two non-local labourers were killed and another critically injured by terrorists in J&K's Kulgam district. Police sources said terrorists entered the residential accommodation of non-local labourers in Ganjipora village of Kulgam and fired indiscriminately at them.

"Two non-local labourers, identified as Raja Reshi Dev and Joginder Reshi Dev were killed on the spot while the third, Chunchun Reshi Dev was shifted to hospital for treatment. All of them belong to Bihar," a source said.

Earlier on Saturday, a non-local street vendor and a carpenter were killed in the valley by terrorists.

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