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"Hurt By Unlawful Remarks": J&K Top Cop Warns Politicians, Media


'Hurt By Unlawful Remarks': J&K Top Cop Warns Politicians, Media

Dilbag Singh, Director Normal of Police, stated that probe into Hyderpora encounter was clear

Srinagar:

Politicians and the media haven’t any proper to criticise a police investigation report that exonerated policemen concerned in final month’s controversial encounter in Srinagar, the Jammu and Kashmir Police stated on Friday, reiterating its warning for leaders who’ve termed the investigation a cover-up and concocted.

Dilbag Singh, Director Normal of Police, stated that the probe into the Hyderpora encounter was clear and he “feels damage” by the criticism of political leaders.

“We really feel damage in regards to the utterances. If they’ve proof, they need to current it to the investigation panel. Their remarks are illegal and regulation will take its personal course,” stated Mr Dilbag Singh, Director Normal of Police.

The police have warned political leaders with penal motion for his or her statements in opposition to the investigation report by a Particular Investigation Crew (SIT) into the controversial encounter on November 15.

The police justified its warning and stated solely a court docket can resolve if the investigation by the SIT was proper or flawed, not the politicians or media or the households of these killed within the contentious encounter.

“Court docket and decide will resolve if the investigation was flawed. Not politicians, relations or media individuals – they haven’t any such proper. In the event that they accomplish that, then they do not know their occupation – additionally those that have held excessive positions like Chief Ministers and managed House Division – they find out about policing. I request these leaders do not instigate folks. Let the court docket resolve,” stated Vijay Kumar, Inspector Normal of Police.

The police probe in query has been rejected by all political events in Kashmir who’ve demanded a judicial inquiry.

Two former Chief Ministers Mehbooba Mufti and Farooq Abdullah have hit again on the police saying bullying them into silence won’t work and that the probe is fabricated and there needs to be a judicial inquiry.

“The police report is flawed. They’ve carried out it at present save themselves… police have killed them – there isn’t any doubt. I would like there needs to be a judicial inquiry,” stated Farooq Abdullah.

On Tuesday, a particular investigation crew of the police concluded that two civilians – a health care provider and a businessman had been both used as a human defend by terrorists or killed by them through the encounter. On the identical time, the SIT accused Dr Mudasir of harbouring terrorists and businessmen Altaf Bhat of concealing details about the presence of terrorists in a constructing he owned.

Sujit Kumar, the SIT chief stated, a 3rd civilian Amir Magray who was working at Dr Mudasir’s workplace was an in depth affiliate of a Pakistani terrorist and his actions confirmed that he too was a terrorist.

The households of the three males, nonetheless, allege that they had been killed in a staged encounter by the safety forces.

Different allegations in opposition to Amir and his actions that Mr Kumar believed had been pertinent are: “Amir was ceaselessly visiting Bandipora district and had additionally began smoking.”

Quoting lecturers of a seminary in Bandipora, the SIT chief stated Amir’s behaviour had additionally modified and he was not punctual in Namaz (prayers supplied 5 instances a day by Muslims).

Amir is the son of a identified anti-terrorism crusader within the Ramban district. Mohammad Latief Magray who vouches for the innocence of his son has now filed a petition within the Jammu and Kashmir Excessive Court docket searching for the return of his son’s physique.

The SIT chief admitted that Amir was initially let go after searches through the operation – and did not escape even after he left the constructing and waited in a close-by hospital earlier than he was known as again to operation website.



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