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Jammu KashmirMehbooba Mufti Condemns Cop’s Killing In Baramulla, Demands Compensation, Job For Kin

Mehbooba Mufti Condemns Cop’s Killing In Baramulla, Demands Compensation, Job For Kin


SRINAGAR, Nov 4: People's Democratic Party president Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday demanded that compensation and a job in civil administration be provided sooner to the family of the policeman killed by terrorists in and 's Baramulla district.
She condemned the targeted killing of the policeman — head constable Ghulam Mohammad Dar — who was shot dead by terrorists outside his house at Wailoo Kralpora in the north Kashmir district on October 31.
“We condemn it, what else can we do than condemn it?” the former chief minister said after meeting Dar's family members at their residence on Saturday.
Mehbooba said Dar was an “honest person” and left behind his wife and seven daughters. There is no male member in the family now.
She requested Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha to expedite the SRO 43 case of Dar's family and provide a job to one of his daughters in the civil administration.
Under SRO 43, the kin of those killed in militancy or border firing and the government employees who died while in service are eligible for in the government departments.
Compensation should also be provided soon to Dar's family, the PDP chief urged the LG-led administration.

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