APSCC demands fresh probe
Chattisinghpora, Pathribal killings
Srinagar, July 15: The All Parties Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) has demanded fresh probe into the Pathribal and Chattisinghpora killings in view of LeT militant Abu Jindal’s disclosures.
In a statement, the APSCC requested the government to conduct a judicial probe into these killings.
“Reacting to the Abu Jindal’s acceptance of Chattisinghpora killings of 36 Sikhs in a village in South Kashmir in March 2000, in custody publicly, APSCC refutes such claim as the same statement was issued by David Headley a few months ago,” the statement said.
“Sikh community of Kashmir is not going to believe such statements unless all is thoroughly proven by a judicial probe. If anybody is involved we urge the Government of India to go for judicial probe instead of probe by agencies as we have no faith in them as they work under influence,” it said.
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