HC allows revision petition of J&K Police in 2003 Nadimarg massacre case



The Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh High Court on Saturday allowed a revision petition of J&K Police in 2003 Nadimarg Kashmiri Pandit massacre case, and ordered the trial court to ensure expeditious proceedings to conclude the matter at the earliest.

“The court below shall now take all necessary measures for ensuring the examination of witnesses concerned by issuing commission and/or recording their statement videoconferencing and shall ensure expeditious proceedings so as to conclude matter at the earliest,” court ordered, as per Live Law.

24 Kashmiri Pandits were killed in Nadimarg village of south Kashmir’s Shopian district in 2003. The main accused Zia Mustafa, a Lashkar-e-Toiba Commander, was killed by security forces in October last year.—GK


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