Div Com to present report today
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Feb 14: The inquiry officer appointed by the Government to probe into the killing of Zahid Farooq has completed the probe and is likely to present the report before the government on Monday.
The government had appointed the Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Naseema Lanker, as the inquiry officer into the incident. The Government had directed the officer to complete the report within seven days.
In past seven days the officer has recorded the statements of several people who were eyewitness to the incident.
Officials sources said since the police investigation has established the involvement of Border Security Forces in the incident, the government would also likely to peruse the Divisional Commissioner’s report.
Official sources said that the government had ordered two inquiries simultaneously to avoid any sort of confusion on the issue. “The government didn’t want any sort of confusion and mess up of the issue. That is why two inquires were ordered,” said a senior government official.
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