Bedi Commission gets another extension
Srinagar, May 27: Jammu and Kashmir Government has given two month extension to Commission of Inquiry (COI) to complete the probe into mysterious death of National Conference worker Syed Muhammad Yousuf.
Sources told Greater Kashmir that the Law Department has issued an order regarding the extension of time period to the COI headed by Justice H S Bedi, a retired judge of Supreme Court. The term of COI was set to expire on May 28.
This is fourth extension of COI, which was initially asked to finish its job within six weeks.
The Commission was appointed by the State Government on November 18 to inquire into the mysterious death of Yousuf, who died on September 30 after being handed over to Crime Branch by Chief Minister Omar Abdullah at his residence.
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