Terror Killings - Migrant Workers Flee Kashmir; Throng Railway Station, Bus Stands
Millennium Post Delhi|October 20, 2021
Thousands of migrant workers who fled Kashmir along with their families queued up outside ticket counters at railway stations and bus stops in Jammu and Udhampur on Tuesday, while more were leaving the Valley as the targeted killing of non-locals by terrorists in recent weeks triggered a fresh exodus.

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