A leading News Agency of J&K, Kashmir Independent Press (KIP) quoating J&K law minister Ali Mohd Sagar while reacting to news reports of violence during complete shut down in the
He said some people are doing it for gaining ‘cheap publicity’ but they will not succeed in their designs.
A day after the CBI submitted its report in the highly sensitive case public anger spilled on to the streets in
Urging local residents to calm down Law Minister said, “the people must trust and have faith in the justice system”, while asserting that the state government headed by Omar Abdhullah was only interested in finding truth.
"Chief Minister had made a commitment on the floor of the house to uncover the mystery behind the death of two women. He also conceded demand of the opposition parties in the state and ordered a CBI probe with the sole purpose of digging the truth", Sagar said adding we have nothing to hide. “We want people should know the truth instead of politicising the human suffering”.
The premiere investigating agency Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had earlier submitted its report in the High Court on Monday stating that both Asiya and Neelofar died due to drowning and were never raped and murdered.
Meanwhile, normal life was affected in
According to reports the bandh was near total in south Kashmir but partial in central and north
According to police statement the Bandh Call given by some organisation in