Abdul Latif Magre is trying to get his son’s body removed from his grave. Who died nine months ago along with 3 others during an encounter in Hyderpora area of Srinagar.
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A father is worried about his son’s grave That will never even touch the soil. He is very hurt by this. case at the moment Supreme Court is in Actually Abdul Latif Magre Trying to get his body removed from his son’s grave. Who died nine months ago along with 3 others during an encounter in Hyderpora area of Srinagar. Every day this burden is increasing on them, he said.
The matter is currently in the Supreme Court. Magre said, ‘The longer it is taking, the more I am worried that I might not be destined to even touch the soil of my son’s grave.’ In November 2021, 4 people were killed in an encounter in Hyderpora. During this, according to the new policy of Jammu and Kashmir, if such an incident happens, then the bodies of suspected terrorists are buried at a place without a trace.
4 dead, 2 bodies returned
Four people had died in the encounter. While one of them was described as a Pakistani terrorist, the families of the other three contested the police’s claims. In this case, the police took out the bodies of a businessman Altaf Bhat and Dr Mudassar Gul from the grave and handed them over to their families so that they could perform their last rites.
In this case, Aamir’s dead body remained in Handwara. However, the police had said that Amir was a terrorist. Let us inform that for fighting the terrorists, Aamir’s father Magre has been given a gallantry award by the government. Magre opposed this. In a departmental inquiry, the police have given themselves a clean chit.
Disobedience to the order of the High Court
On May 27, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court, on the petition of Magre, ordered the administration to take out Aamir’s body and hand it over to his family. The High Court had also said that depriving his family of last rites is a violation of Article 14. Even after this, the administration has not yet followed this order and is deferring the order every time by giving the excuse of decomposition of the dead body. However, in the matter, the Supreme Court has reserved the decision in this matter on 29 August.
Magre said that he still has faith in the law of his country and the decision will be in his favour. Magre said, ‘I have no quarrel with anyone, let me just see my son’s face. I don’t want anything else.’