An anti-terrorism crusader from a distant village within the Ramban district of Jammu and Kashmir has mentioned that his son is amongst 4 individuals killed by the police and branded a terrorist throughout a controversial encounter in Srinagar.
Abdul Latief Magray, who had shot into prominence after killing a terrorist with a stone within the Ramban district in 2005, has mentioned his son Amir was harmless and labored as a labourer at a store in Srinagar.
Nonetheless, the police have claimed that 24-year-old Amir Magray was a “hybrid” terrorist who was killed in an encounter inside a industrial advanced in Srinagar late Monday night.
“I’ve myself killed a terrorist with a stone. I’ve taken terrorists’ bullets. My cousin brother was additionally killed by militants. We needed to migrate from our house for 11 years. I’ve raised my youngsters with nice issue by protecting them at secret areas. As we speak, the results of this sacrifice is that an Indian who killed a terrorist with a stone, his son is being killed and branded a terrorist,” mentioned Abdul Latief Magray.
Mr Magray mentioned the police have even refused to return his son’s physique for his final rites.
“Denial of the physique of my son is the reward of the struggle towards terrorists. My house remains to be guarded by police. Tomorrow the safety guards can kill me and declare that I used to be a militant,” he rued.
The encounter has turn into extremely controversial as two businessmen together with the proprietor of the industrial advanced had been additionally killed. The police have claimed that the businessmen had been “terrorist supporters”.
Whereas the police first mentioned that Mohammad Altaf Bhat, a distinguished businessman, and Dr Mudasir Gul, a doctor-turned-businessman, had been fired at by terrorists, they later modified their assertion, saying they might have been killed within the crossfire.
The households allege that each had been “killed in chilly blood” by safety forces. They’ve been demanding the our bodies be returned for the final rites however the police have refused handy them over citing regulation and order points.
The police mentioned all of the 4 our bodies had been buried at an undisclosed location in Handwara police district, over 100 km from Srinagar.