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Those are revenge killings: Kamal
Register murder cases against guilty: Sagar
SRINAGAR, June 30: Terming the killing of two youth in North Kashmir’s Bandipora district as unfortunate, senior National Conference (NC) leader Ali Mohammad Sagar today said police must register a case against the army personnel involved in the act.

Meanwhile, additional general secretary of the party, Dr Sheikh Mustafa Kamal described it as “revenge killings”.

“Army has taken revenge by killing these two innocent youth. Their eight men were killed in shootout and now they have murdered two innocent youth which for me is nothing but revenge,” Kamal told a local news agency, CNS, adding that the spree of killings would continue till contentious AFSPA exists in the state of Jammu and Kashmir.

Kamal said it is surprising that the army personnel did not retaliate when their eight men were killed by militants near Hyderpora and now they have acted during the dead of night to squeeze the blood of the two innocent Kashmiri youth.

“Everyone must condemn it. Army has killed so many youth for last 20 years and it’s not new. AFSPA is shielding them, once it will get revoked, killers will face the music,” he said.

Kamal further said army is opposing the revocation of AFSPA because it fully knows that all its men have to appear before the court of law for their misdeeds and repression.

Rural development minister Ali Mohammad Sagar said that nobody is above law and whosoever is involved in these gruesome killings must be brought to justice. “Police must register murder cases against the guilty. It is very unfortunate and I condemn these killings by heart,” he said adding that if somebody has done wrong, he must be punished.

News Updated at : Monday, July 1, 2013
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