Who is Shraddha Bindroo? Makhan Lal Bindroo, was a Kashmiri Pandit and a popular pharmacist who was shot dead while working in his shop on Tuesday. His daughter, Shraddha (Dr Samriddhi Bindroo) was seen boldly calling out the men responsible for her father’s death.
Dr Samriddhi Bindroo also called Shraddha by her family is the daughter of the 70-year-old pharmacist who was shot dead while working in his shop on Tuesday in Jammu and Kashmir. Dr Bindroo was seen calling out the killers and challenging them for a debate in an interview.
#WATCH He was an awesome person who served Kashmir&Kashmiriyat. His body is gone but his spirit is still alive. Person responsible for the crime has opened doors of hell for himself:Shraddha Bindroo, daughter of pharmacist ML Bindroo who was killed by terrorists in Srinagar y'day pic.twitter.com/FEjNcDpVr2
— ANI (@ANI) October 6, 2021
Bindroo said “You can kill one person, but you can’t kill the spirit of Makhan Lal. Whoever shot dead my father, come in front of me.” Her father who had a shop Bindroo Medicate pharmacy in Srinagar’s Iqbal Park was shot at point-blank range.
She challenged whoever killed her father to come in front of her. She also spoke about how her father made her an associate professor and her brother a famous diabetologist in Srinagar. She also said that her father gave her an education. She called fighting with guns and stones cowardice.
She added even if her father is no more, she still remembers his smiling face. Her father was a warrior. She called him a winner and a warrior man. She added, “I am not going to shed tears. That will be like a tribute to those gunmen.”
Along with ML Bindroo, three other civilians were killed in two different districts of Jammu and Kashmir. ML Bindroo reportedly received four bullets and was declared dead on arrival at SMHS hospital.
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