Budgam, J&K: The government employees belonging to the Kashmiri Pandit community staged a protest along with their families against the killing of Chadoora Tehsil Office employee Rahul Bhat in the Budgam district of Jammu and Kashmir.Government employee Rahul Bhat, who was shot dead by terrorists inside his office in central Kashmir's Budgam district, was cremated on Friday amid a protest by members of the Kashmiri Pandit community."If the Administration can use lathi-charge and tear gas against the public, could they not have arrested the terrorist yesterday?" ANI quoted Aparna Pandit, a protester, as saying. Hundreds of protestors blocked roads and burnt tyres at Muthi, Hazuribagh, and Buntalab in Jammu. They raised slogans against Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha and the BJP and demanded that Kashmiri Pandits be relocated from the valley.Following this, the police resorted to firing tear gas shells in a bid to disperse the protesters. However, the protestors again reassembled at the Sheikhpora road for the protest and blocked the main road, police said."While sensing the security of the protesters who had resorted to violence and neglected the pacification requests by the administration and to thwart evil designs of anti-national elements (ANEs), police were constrained to finally hurl a few teargas shells to disperse them," the Jammu and Kashmir police had said. J&K govt constitutes SIT to probe Rahul Bhat's killing Meanwhile, the Jammu and Kashmir government had also constituted an SIT to probe the murder of Kashmiri pandit Rahul Bhat who was shot dead by terrorists two days ago. Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha announced that the UT administration will provide a government job to Rahul Bhat's wife in Jammu and financial assistance to his family."A decision has been taken to constitute a special investigative team to probe all the aspects of the despicable terror attack. The SHO of the concerned police station has also been attached," the Office of the J-K LG tweeted."J&K administration to provide a government job to Rahul Bhat's wife in Jammu and financial assistance to the family. The government will bear the educational expenses of the daughter," the LG further said in a tweet.