SRINAGAR: Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chief Mehbooba Mufti along with party workers held a protest march to Raj Bhawan in Srinagar on Sunday against the killing of civilians in Hyderpora encounter and demanded a judicial probe into the incident.
The protest march started from Mufti’s residence. She alleged that three civilians were killed in the encounter that took place last week. The PDP chief demanded a judicial inquiry into the Hyderpora encounter.
While talking to reporters Mehbooba said, “They will have to return the bodies and give compensation. LG will have to apologize. There should be a judicial probe.”
Four persons, three civilians and a non-local militant, were killed in Hyderpora.
Meanwhile, LG Manoj Sinha on Saturday promised that those found guilty will not be spared.
“An incident has taken place regarding a law and order and those found guilty will not be spared,” LG Sinha said in Jammu.
A magisterial inquiry has already been ordered into Hyderpora encounter by the Government.