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Inam filed petition in NHRC over Shopian Killings

Inam un Nabi, prominent socio-political activist has filed a petition with National Human Rights Commission over Ganowpora Shopian killing by Indian army.
Inam backed his petition by all the facts from the ground zero and with inputs from the reliable sources.
He highlighted via his petition that how soldiers shot directly on head thus violating every SOP of dealing with the public.
“We have made it clear to NHRC as a well known human rights watch dog that time has come to act against the injustices enforced by the erring troopers and this unfortunate atrocity cycle needs to stop if we are serious in achieving any positivity in situations. Every time killings by forces have meant meaningless enquiries and thus senseless impunity to men in uniform has been rampant.”
Inam hoped that NHRC would take seriously the petition and ensure results.

 

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