Srinagar , Nov 18 ( KINS) Jammu and Kashmir: On Thursday, November 18, the government of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) ordered a magisterial investigation into the Hyderpora encounter, in which police claimed to have killed two terrorists and two terror associates.
“In the Hyderpora incident, a magisterial enquiry by an officer of the rank of ADM has been ordered. As soon as the report is submitted on time, the government will take appropriate action. The administration of JK reiterates its commitment to protect the lives of innocent civilians and to guarantee that there is no injustice “Manoj Sinha, the Lieutenant Governor, said.
The magisterial probe was ordered despite protests from the families of three of the four people murdered in the Monday confrontation. Family members of building owner Mohammad Altaf Bhat, tenant Mudasir Gul, and Gul’s office boy Amir Magray have been protesting the killings, which they have described as cold-blooded murder.
They’ve demanded that the deceased’s bodies be handed over to them for final rituals. The four people murdered in the confrontation were all buried in the Kupwara district’s Handwara region.( KINS)