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J&Ok LG ought to take accountability for Hyderpora encounter: Mehbooba Mufti

PDP president Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday mentioned Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor (LG) Manoj Sinha ought to take the accountability for the Hyderpora encounter, through which civilians have been killed.

“What occurred (at Hyderpora) was very unhealthy. The oppression has crossed the bounds. And the LG ought to take the accountability (for the encounter) as he isn’t solely the pinnacle of the administration right here, but in addition the consultant of the Centre,” she advised reporters in Kupwara district of north Kashmir.

The previous Jammu and Kashmir chief minister mentioned it’s the LG’s obligation to guard the lives and properties of the folks of the Union Territory.

“At Hyderpora, three harmless civilians have been killed and later, branded as OGWs (overground staff) and hybrid militants and the households needed to beg for his or her our bodies. And until now, the physique of Amir Magray, who’s from a poor household, has not been handed over to the household. His father has been awarded for killing a militant.

“This type of atrocities won’t enhance the scenario, however will slightly deteriorate it additional. Such incidents will additional widen the gap between the folks of Jammu and Kashmir and the nation,” she mentioned.

Mufti warned that if such incidents proceed to happen, the scenario will change into very harmful in Jammu and Kashmir.

She mentioned Sinha ought to be certain that Magray’s physique is handed over to his household.

“He (Sinha) is answerable to us as he’s the consultant of the Centre and no matter flawed occurs right here, he’s chargeable for that,” the PDP chief added.

4 individuals have been killed in an alleged encounter at Hyderpora right here on Monday night time. An issue broke out because the households of three of these killed within the incident mentioned their kin have been harmless civilians. A magisterial probe has been ordered into the incident.

Mufti alleged that there’s a “jungle raj” in Jammu and Kashmir.

“There isn’t any authorities. Every little thing, together with the fitting to speech, is being suppressed right here. Kashmir has been changed into a giant jail,” she mentioned.

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