Let’s wait and watch: Omar
Srinagar, May 1: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Tuesday said he would “wait and see” whether army opts for court martial or civil court trial of the accused personnel in the Pathribal fake encounter case in the wake of Supreme Court verdict.
“What’s to react to? Court has set a time line now we see which the army chooses - court martial or (civil court) trial. Let’s wait and see,” Omar said on microblogging site Twitter. Omar was responding to a query on Twitter where his response was sought on Supreme Court’s ruling on the Pathribal case.
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