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Unhappy with cops, family for CM’s help

Blaming the police for the delay in the probe of their son’s death, family members of Asrar Mushtaq Dar sought the intervention of J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, reports Ashiq Hussain.

india Updated: Jul 10, 2009 00:45 IST
Ashiq Hussain

Blaming the police for the delay in the probe of their son’s death, family members of Asrar Mushtaq Dar sought the intervention of J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah.

“We know Asrar won’t be back, but we don’t want this to happen to any one else. We appeal to the chief minister to personally intervene and enquire about the murder so the culprits can be punished,” Dar’s uncle Khurshid Ahmad Malik said.

“They were investigating as if they were tracing a small thief… His body bore marks of torture and his hands were tied with rope. If the police had acted promptly, my son would not have faced such a fate,” his father Mushtaq Ahmad Dar said.

Dar (20) went missing on July 3. His disappearance resulted in protests in his hometown Maisuma and elsewhere in Srinagar. His body, with injury marks in the head, was found on Tuesday.