SC dismisses father’s plea seeking to exhume son’s body killed in Hyderpora encounter

New Delhi, Sep 12 (IANS) The Supreme Court on Monday excused a request of a dad to give up the body of his child, who was killed in the Hyderpora experience in Kashmir in November last year.
A seat involving Justices Surya Kant and J.B. Pardiwala said once covered the body ought not be upset and the Jammu and Kashmir has presented that the departed was covered with all honor, and nothing to demonstrate that the body was not given a respectable entombment.

The seat said it regards the feelings of the dad, however the court can’t conclude matters on opinions and the alleviation conceded by the Jammu and Kashmir High Court was simply and fair and excused the allure recorded by Mohammad Latief Magrey.

The top court guided the state government to follow the high court course regarding the remuneration to the family and furthermore permit them to offer supplications at the grave.

During the conference, the backer addressing the Jammu and Kashmir organization had presented that it was not in debate that the departed was a psychological oppressor and the CD submitted to the high court showed that all Islamic last ceremonies were proceeded according to the book.

The J&K organization counsel added that eight months have passed, the body would have deteriorated and presently unearthing the body will just prompt rule of peace and law issues, and he has lost his child yet he was a psychological oppressor. Jammu and Kashmir organization was addressed by standing insight Taruna Ardhendumauli Prasad.

Magrey moved the zenith court testing the Jammu and Kashmir high court request, which didn’t permit exhumation of his child’s body. Four individuals were killed in the experience, including Aamir Magrey, on the edges of Srinagar on November 15 last year. The request was recorded through advocate Nupur Kumar.