Inquiry Officer summons family
UMER MAQBOOL DAR
Srinagar, Feb 9: The Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) Kupwara Itrat Hussain probing the killing of Manzoor Ahmed Magray, shot dead by soldiers at Chogal Handwara last week, today asked the family members of the deceased youth to record their statements.
Sources told Greater Kashmir that ADC has asked the family to appear before him on February 12 to get their statements recorded.
The ADC, appointed as the Inquiry Officer, would summon police officials to get details of the incident and also the concerned army unit involved in the killing, after recording version of the family, sources added.
The formal orders for conducting inquiry in the killing were issued by Deputy Commissioner Kupwara Tuesday.
Manzoor’s killing had triggered massive protests at Chogal Handwara last week and police registered a murder case against army while state government ordered a magisterial probe.
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