Harwan family accuses police of dilly-dallying probe
SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI
Srinagar, Apr 28: The family of Muhammad Ashraf Khan son of Ghulam Muhammad Khan who died under mysterious circumstances on the Boulevard Thursday night have accused the police of tying to hush up the case.
The family said around 48 hours have passed but police is yet to reveal even a bit of what could have been the cause of his death.
“Even if it was a hit-and-run case, the police hasn’t been able to seize the vehicle or trace its driver,” the family said.
The family said Muhammad Ashraf, a Statistical Officer, on the fateful day was at his brother’s shop at Nehru Park when he went for a walk at around 9 PM.
Ashraf and his friend Tanveer Ahmed, a senior official with the Legal Metrology department went for a walk but didn’t return till late.
The family later got to know that Tanveer was wounded and lying at hospital whereas Muhammad Ashraf was later found lying on a footpath near the Boulevard. He was declared brought dead at hospital.
The family appealed the DIG Central Kashmir, Syed Ahafadul Mujtaba, who is believed to be having an excellent track record of solving crime cases as SSP Srinagar in the past, to personally look into the matter.
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