Hyderpora Encounter | Amir’s father moves HC

Hyderpora Encounter | Amir’s father moves HC
The family of Amir Magray who was killed in Hyderpora 'Encounter' demand his remains to be returned. [File] Special arrangement

Ramban/Jammu: The father of Amir Magray, one of the four persons killed in the Hyderpora encounter in Srinagar, Wednesday rejected the Police probe which suggested that his son was a militant, and said he was moving to the High Court seeking the return of his body.

"I outrightly reject the Police probe as my son can never be a militant or a militant supporter," Magray's father Muhammad Latief said.

Latief said he was moving a petition in the Jammu wing of the High Court through his lawyer for the return of his son's body and would also discuss the next course of action.

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