Patna, February 17 (KMS): At least 40 traders from Kashmir were forced to close their shops in Patna, Bihar, and return to their motherland after a Hindu mob attacked them with sticks and rods and asked them to leave the city, immediately.
A report published by Times of India said that at least four Kashmiri traders were injured one, Mazid Ahmed, seriously.
Bashir Ahmed Wani, one of the traders, told Time of India over phone that they were from Islamabad district of occupied Kashmir.
“We are now planning to return as the shopkeepers are in fear after the attack. They don’t want to continue their business here anymore,” he said.