Resentment among family members after son's death (symbolic photo)


The parents of Amir Magrey, one of the four killed in the Hyderpora encounter, on Wednesday dismissed a police investigation that said their son was a terrorist. His mother threatened to take his own life while the family would move the High Court to get Amir's body. The Special Investigation Team (SIT) of Jammu and Kashmir Police probing the Hyderpora encounter said on Tuesday that a foreign terrorist killed a civilian while the owner of the house and a local "terrorist" (Aamir Magrey) were killed in firing. happened. A Pakistani terrorist and three other persons were killed in an encounter in Hyderpora on November 15. The police had claimed that all those killed had links to terrorism. However, the families of these three persons had claimed that they were innocent and had alleged foul play in the encounter. After that the police ordered an investigation.

A separate magisterial inquiry has also been ordered by Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha in the matter. Aamir's mother Mubeena, in her 3.42-minute video, termed the SIT's statement as "completely baseless" and said she would consume poison to end her life if her body was not given to the family for burial in five days. 

Mubeena said, “They have killed my innocent son who was living as a laborer and they have leveled false allegations against him. They are doing this for their publicity. I have decided to kill myself by consuming poison if the body is not returned within five days. Those who accuse the government and my son will be responsible for my death."

She said, “I know my son because I raised him in abject poverty…He was a humble boy and the whole village is mourning his death.

They are not even allowing us to protest by deploying policemen."

Mubina said she has been waiting for the body to return since the encounter and "want to see her son one last time."

Aamir's father Mohammad Latif said that he would approach the High Court requesting the return of his son's body.

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"I completely reject the police investigation as my son can never be a terrorist or his supporter," he said. Latif has received a state award in 2007 for killing a Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist. Apart from this, he has also received many citations for helping the security forces to eliminate terrorism from his Gul-Sangaldan block. Latif said that he is filing a petition in the High Court through advocate Deepika Singh Rajawat for the return of his son's body. Rajawat said that all formalities have been completed and he will petition the registry for the return of the body on Thursday morning.

SIT chief DIG Sujit K Singh, on Tuesday, virtually gave a clean chit to the security forces, but said the team was ready to review its findings if any other evidence emerged.

"Our investigation so far has revealed that Dr. Mudasir Gul was killed by a foreign terrorist hiding inside the building as his body was recovered from the attari," Singh told reporters in Srinagar.

The security forces did not go to the search or the subsequent attari.'

Giving details of the investigation, Singh said that the investigation revealed that Dr. Gul's employee Amir Magrey had close links with foreign terrorist Bilal Bhai who was killed while trying to escape.

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"Mohammed Altaf Bhat (landlord) and Amir were killed in an encounter with security forces as they were used as human shields by foreign terrorists," he said.

This is confirmed by the fact that Altaf was found outside the door (he was shot) and Amir was able to go a few more steps.

The body of the foreign terrorist was found 83 feet away. Gave.

Meanwhile, the Special Investigation Team probing the Hyderpora encounter threatened legal action against leaders of political parties in Jammu and Kashmir for their statements about the investigation.

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