Indian army fatal missteps now coming to light: US paper

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The extrajudicial killing of unarmed civilians in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir by Indian troops is now being noticed by global media as well.
The Daily Beast, a US newspaper, in its fresh publication while making a mention of Shopian and Srinagar fake encounters acknowledged that “There have been some fatal missteps by the [Indian] army, which are just now coming to light.”
Citing the July 18, 2020 Shopian fake encounter in which Indian troops killed three labourers from Rajouri said, During the investigation into the trio’s deaths, Jammu and Kashmir police conducted DNA sampling of the slain, which matched to the families in Rajouri. The three bodies were exhumed from Gantamulla village, located about 41 miles from the capital city.” The newspaper referred to the police charge sheet and said, “A senior army officer was eventually arrested in the trio’s killings, alongside two of his local sources. The police charge sheet claims the accused army officer had hatched a conspiracy to grab a reward of $27,242 for killings.”—KMS

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