Azad seeks magisterial probe into killing of Bhadarwah resident

Leader of opposition in Rajya Sabha and General Secretary
AICC Ghulam Nabi Azad on Thursday sought a magisterial inquiry into the killing
a middle aged man allegedly by cow vigilantes in Bhadarwah area late Wednesday

“I have asked the Deputy Commissioner to initiate a
magisterial inquiry into the incident,” Azad said in a statement.

He said that those responsible for this gruesome murder must
be brought to book immediately and punished as per the law of the land.

Azad also appealed to all to maintain peace, mutual trust
and tranquility.

“Some miscreants will always try to spoil the peaceful
atmosphere and communal harmony of the town in particular and the district in
general. It is the responsibility of each one of us to ensure peace and maintain
communal harmony at every cost.” Azad said.

Nayeem Ahmad Shah (50) was shot and killed and another
injured by alleged vigilantes over allegations of smuggling cows.

Reports said a group of vigilantes intercepted the two
Muslims in the outskirts of Bhaderwah town before dawn and shot at them after
an altercation. 50-year-old Shahn died while another man was injured.

The killing has triggered widespread protests and outrage in
Bhadarwah, forcing the administration to impose curfew in the picturesque town.

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