Srinagar: Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti on Friday accused the BJP-led Central government of "hiding" its failures by spreading hatred between Hindus and Muslims of the country.In the wake of the killing of a Kashmir Pandit youth, she urged the Muslims of Kashmir to help and support the minorities living there.In a video message, Mehbooba Mufti said, "This government is spreading hatred between Hindus and Muslims just to hide its failures. It is presenting the two communities as enemies of each other.""Jammu and Kashmir is one of the few regions in the country where Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists and people from all religions live in harmony," she added.The former J&K CM went on to appeal to the Muslims of Kashmir to help and support the Kashmiri Pandits and Sikhs living in the Valley."Just like we did in 1947, when we looked after the life and property of non-Muslims, we should again stand shoulder to shoulder with the minorities of the Valley," she said.Rahul Bhat, an employee of Chadoora Tehsil office was shot at by terrorists, in what appeared to be a targeted killing, at the Tehsil office in Budgam yesterday. He was brought to Srinagar's SMHS hospital where he was declared dead.People gathered today to participate in Bhat's last rites. Locals expressed their anger over the killing and demanded security for the Kashmiri Hindus living in the Valley.Meanwhile, Three terrorists who were involved in the killing of Bhat have been neutralised by the security forces within a day of the ghastly incident, confirmed the local police.