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Sajad Gani Lone was right and was speaking the heart of victim families when he said that justice should not be ornamental but should be divine. He was reacting to the police statement that the DNA samples of parents of Rajouri have matched those three persons killed by army in a staged encounter at Shopian.

Similarly Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah questioned the official version that arms and ammunition were recovered from the Shopian encounter site in July after DNA tests on Friday proved that the three slain men were laborers from Rajouri district of the union territory.

According to this official version, ‘incriminating materials, including arms and ammunition, were recovered from the site of encounter’.

So who planted this ‘incriminating material’? Omar said in a tweet.

He was reacting to Inspector General of Police, Kashmir, Vijay Kumar’s statement that the DNA match of the three slain men, who were dubbed as militants by the Army, has come positive with those persons who had claimed them to be their kin.

Omar Abdullah has raised a valid point that how such material was available to be kept over the bodies of innocent people to dub them as militants.

Omar said that in the series of tweets that the bodies be exhumed & handed over to the families immediately so that a proper burial can take place near their homes in Rajouri district.

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