‘Police laughed shamelessly after killing my father’: Daughter of slain Kashmir civilian breaks down in front of camera
Families of the victims are repudiating claims of the J&K Police, who allege that they were Over Ground Workers (OGW) killed in the crossfire.
Four people, including two civilians, were killed in an encounter in the Hyderpora area of Srinagar on Monday. Families of the victims are repudiating claims of the J&K Police, who allege that they were Over Ground Workers (OGW) killed in the crossfire.
The two victims are identified as Dr. Mudasir Gul and Altaf Bhat, who owned shops in the commercial complex in the area where the encounter took place.
Speaking to a source, Bhat’s daughter said, “How will I explain this to my brother? He is a class two student. He doesn’t know anything about our father’s assasination,” cried Altaf’s daughter, a civilian who was killed in the crossfire that happened between the Indian soldiers and the militants.
Visibly agitated, she went on with her trembling voice, “I asked them [Indian soldiers], ‘uncle, what have you done?’ in return, they just laughed. They were unashamedly laughing.”
‘Show My Daughter Her Father One Last Time’
Meanwhile, the wife of Dr. Mudasir Gul on Monday joined a protest, fighting to see her husband for the last time.
With her child in her arms, Mudasar’s wife can be heard in a video saying, “I want justice, show my child her father one last time.”
Gul and Bhat’s families held the sit-in on Wednesday, demanding the police to return the bodies of the deceased for their last rites.
Sources have revealed that the J&K authorities buried their bodies in far-flung Handwara, north Kashmir.
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