"I fear that it will give another excuse to the BJP to push its narrative that the Hindus are in danger. So, it should be condemned," she said.
Mehbooba Mufti noted that political parties in Jammu and Kashmir will have to find their space in such a situation to defeat their nefarious designs.
Iltija came into limelight in the aftermath of the Centre's August 5, 2019 decisions to revoke Jammu and Kashmir special status and bifurcate the state into Union territories.
Mehbooba, however, said it was unfortunate that people have to approach court to get the bodies of their children back.
The former chief minister said while the government was making claims about normalcy, the gruesome killings suggest otherwise.
Interacting with the media, the former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir said the BJP has nothing to give to the people of the country except stoking communal sentiments.
Abdullah said if the gap between the communities is to be bridged, the hateful campaigns like 'The Kashmir Files' film and incessant Hindu-Muslim debates on the media have to be stopped.
The Kashmiri Pandits staged a protest in Budgam today against the killing of the government employee Rahul Bhat.
Further, Nirmal Singh said Mehbooba was trying to "ignite communal tensions" with her "hate speeches" in an attempt to regain lost political ground.
Mehbooba Mufti said things were happening under the very nose of institutions expected to discharge their functions in an impartial manner by upholding the rule of law and justice.
Mehbooba, who has been very critical of Article 370 revocation, was among a dozen mainstream leaders to be arrested and booked under stringent Public Safety Act after the abrogation of Article 370.
The BJP government in Madhya Pradesh said the damage caused to public and private properties during the violence will be recovered from rioters.
Asked about the seizing of properties of those charged with harbouring militants, Mehbooba Mufti said that it was "wrong".
BJP trying to destroy Jammu and Kashmir's economy, but PM Narendra Modi watching silently: PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti
Peoples Democratic Party president Mehbooba Mufti alleged that the youth were being arrested without any evidence.
On one hand GOI is recruiting retired security personnel from all over India for civilian posts in J&K, she tweeted.