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One day, the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir ordered a magisterial inquiry into the Hyderpora encounter. Four people were killed; Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh said that if anything goes wrong, the police is ready for correction.

Earlier in the day, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha ordered a time-bound magisterial inquiry into Monday’s Hyderpora encounter, in which, according to police, a foreign terrorist, his local aide, Altaf Ahmed (the owner of the building where the meeting took place) and Dr Mudasir (the owner of the building). was running a call center in the rented floor of the building but a terrorist associate) was killed.

Earlier in the day, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha ordered a time-bound magisterial inquiry into Monday’s Hyderpora encounter, in which, according to police, a foreign terrorist, his local aide, Altaf Ahmed (the owner of the building where the meeting took place) and Dr Mudasir (the owner of the building). was running a call center in the rented floor of the building but a terrorist associate) was killed.

The families of the building’s owner Altaf Ahmed and Dr Mudasir have demanded their bodies be returned so that the last rites can be performed.

The families also challenged the authorities to prove that the two civilians had anything to do with terrorism.

All the four killed in the Hyderpora encounter were buried by officials in north Kashmir’s Handwara tehsil after their families turned down their demands to return the bodies.

Dilbag Singh (DGP) told some reporters, “We will look into the demands of the families. If anything goes wrong, we are ready to rectify it. Police investigation will also find out what went wrong.

“We will find out what happened in the Hyderpora encounter. We are there for the safety of the people and will not back down from the investigation.

All mainstream politicians, including three former chief ministers (Farooq Abdullah, Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti), People’s Conference’s Sajjad Lone and CPI(M)’s Yousuf Tarigami, have demanded an impartial probe into the incident.

People’s Conference leaders including Abdul Ghani Vakil, Khurshid Alam and others protested the Hyderpora incident.

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Mehbooba Mufti protests, demands judicial inquiry into Hyderpora encounter

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Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chief Mehbooba Mufti on Sunday took out a protest march to the Governor’s House in Srinagar against the alleged killing of civilians in the Hyderpora encounter with party workers and demanded a judicial inquiry into the incident.

The protest march started from Mufti’s residence. He alleged that three civilians were killed in the encounter that took place last week. PDP chief demands judicial inquiry into Hyderpora encounter in Jammu and Kashmir. “They will have to return the bodies and pay compensation. LG will have to apologise.

There should be a judicial inquiry,” Mufti told reporters. An encounter broke out between security forces and terrorists after police received inputs about the presence of terrorists at an illegal call center in a private building in Hyderpora area of ​​Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir on November 15.

In an official statement, the Jammu and Kashmir Police had said that two terrorists identified as Haider, a foreign Pakistani terrorist and his associate Amir Ahmed, resident of Banihal (a hybrid terrorist), were killed in the encounter.

It further said that the building owner Altaf Ahmed as well as tenant Mudasir Ahmed were also called along with the search team. However, in an encounter with the terrorists, both of them received serious bullet injuries and succumbed to their injuries.

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Lt Governor should take responsibility of Hyderpora encounter: Mehbooba Mufti

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In Kupwara, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chief and former chief minister Mehbooba Mufti said that Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha should head Jammu, and Kashmir takes responsibility for the Hyderpora encounter. He said that along with managing the entire Jammu and Kashmir, the Lieutenant Governor is also the head of the administration. So they should take the responsibility of this encounter.

Talking to reporters in Kupwara, he said that it is the responsibility of the LG to protect the lives of innocent people. He said that the body of Amir Ahmed, who was killed in the Hyderpora encounter, has not yet been handed over to his relatives. So his family members are still struggling.

The bodies of landlord Altaf Bhat and tenant Mudasir Gul, who were killed in the Hyderpora encounter, were buried on Thursday night in the presence of relatives. Meanwhile, the demand for handing over the body of Ramban resident Aamir Magre, who was killed in the encounter, to his relatives has also intensified. Along with this, PAGD has written a letter to President Ram Nath Kovind demanding the harshest punishment to the culprits.

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1 terrorist killed, 1 trapped in Kulgam encounter

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1 terrorist killed, 1 trapped in Kulgam encounter

An encounter has started between terrorists and security forces in Ashmuji area of ​​Kulgam district of South Kashmir on Saturday. At the very beginning of the encounter, the security forces have killed a terrorist. The identity of the terrorist is yet to be ascertained. At present the firing is going on. This is the third encounter in four days at Kulgam in the district. Earlier, in two separate encounters, security forces had killed five terrorists here.

According to the information received from the police, the army, CRPF and SOG personnel reached the spot after receiving information about the sighting of terrorists in Ashmuji area of ​​district Kulgam. On reaching the spot, the security forces started cordoning off the terrorists. Seeing the security forces approaching them, the terrorists started firing on them. In retaliatory firing, the security forces killed one terrorist. One terrorist is still likely to be hiding at the encounter site.

It is being said that the terrorist is hiding in a house. The security forces are also asking the terrorist to surrender, but he is continuing retaliatory firing. Both the terrorists are said to be local.

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