Former interlocutor for return of Afzalís body
Srinagar, Feb 15: Former interlocutor M M Ansari has urged Government of India to handover body of the Afzal Guru to his family.
ďIn compliance with Jail Manual and the request of the family through chief minister Omar Abdullah that body of Afzal Guru should be given to the family, lest the matter should take ugly turn in Kashmir in future,Ē said Ansari in a statement.Warning government about the repercussions, the former interlocutor said that Afzalís body in Tihar Jail would prove to be more dangerous than keeping him alive.
ďIts political repercussions should be examined. Let us not go to a point of no return,Ē he added.
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