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Indian army not cooperating in civilians thrashing case

Srinagar,
February 02, 2019 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, a report filed by the
Ganderbal police and the deputy commissioner before the Human Rights Commission
stated that Indian army was not cooperating in identification of soldiers
involved in the abduction and beating of four civilians in October 2018.

The
report stated that the response from the Commandant of army unit of Manasbal
was still awaited. The police and the deputy commissioner Ganderbal’s reply
came in response to the petition filed by the Chairman of International Forum
for Justice and Human Rights (IFJHR), Muhammad Ahsan Untoo.

The
petitioner expressed serious concern over the non-cooperation of Indian army in
identifying the soldiers that ruthlessly tortured the four innocent civilians
who had committed no fault and yet were left on road in injured condition. “The
issue needs to be given a serious attention and the soldiers who mercilessly
beat up four innocents must be booked as per the law,” he said.

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Phone:
+92-51-4435548, +92-51-4435549

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+92-51-4861736

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