Sikh body urges Govt to intervene
Srinagar, Apr 25: The All Parties Sikh Coordination Kashmir has urged the state government to intervene in handing over body to the family.
“Even after the son and other close relatives accredited the body of Late Engineer Jagdeep Singh, who is murdered by some unknown agency, was not handed over to the them and was again buried against the Sikh rituals which is shocking and shameful act not only for his family but for the entire humanity,” said APSCC chairman Jagmohan Singh Raina in a statement.
He expressed shock over the incident and urged that the body should have been preserved instead of burying it till final report was opened, so that the proper funeral rights are observed for the dead body.
“We demand that the same body should be immediately air lifted to such place where it can be kept in mortuary for actual fact findings so that correct report is in front of common masses, & missing or kidnapped person is checked in valley, where thousands of people are in the list of disappeared persons.”
“Lack of high-tech Forensic laboratory and mortuary is shocking for the people of Kashmir Valley as this provides advantage to anti-social agencies after commenting organized crimes in Kashmir valley and in fact finding cases of despaired persons, as it has always hamper the preservation of dead bodies which are key to fact findings evidences and buried on technical grounds of not having mortuary,” he added.
“Same is now done in the case of Engineer Jagdeep Singh as they have no place to preserve the dead body and want to get rid of the case as soon as possible. They did not even wait for the DNA test which will reveal the truth about the body religion which is shocking for whole nation,” he said.
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