The Indian Troops has investigated the complaint & identified that the proof in 1st sight demonstrated that the security enforces had violated the Armed Enforces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) within the complaint. Of
As per the Indian press agency PTI, on Fri., troops authorities stated that action was started in this context within the Troops Act.
In Jul this yr., 3 youths have been died in this encounter (police encounter).
Security enforces said on Jul 18 that 3 militants were died in an encounter in Amashipura village in Shopian dist. of south Kashmir.
After this encounter, there have been records on social media(SM) that the citizens died within the encounter have been initially from Rajouri dist. of Jammu, who had gone missing in Amashipura village.
Rajesh Kalia, a defence spokesperson in Srinagar, stated the troops had initiated an inquiry following social media(SM) records.
He stated the Indian Troops has been dedicated to upholding ethical values in its battle against extremism.
The inquiry has been finished in 4 weeks.
An troops spokesperson in Srinagar stated preliminary proof identified during this inquiry demonstrated that security enforces had broken the regulations during this operation.