Srinagar, March 19: Deputy Mayor Srinagar Sheikh Mohammad Imran Tuesday demanded a time-bound inquiry into the killing of Awantipora who died in police custody at Srinagar on Tuesday.
Expressing serious concern over the incident, Imran expressed his heartfelt sympathies with the bereaved family and prayed for eternal peace to the departed soul.
He termed incident as unfortunate and demanded probe in the matter. These things create fear among the people of Kashmir.
Imran said that the guilty in the custodial killing case of Awantipora resident need to be immediately identified, arrested and brought to justice so that punishment given by the Hon’ble courts.
“Custodial killing isn’t acceptable to any human being and whosoever is involved Pandit’s killing must be given exemplary punishment,” he said adding that killings create mistrust among the people.
He urged both India and Pakistan to start fresh dialogues on Kashmir as people on a daily basis are facing problems.