Srinagar: Expressing dissatisfaction over the inordinate delay in results of DNA samples, the families of three missing youth from Rajouri district Friday shot a letter to J&K LG, Manoj Sinha, seeking his personal intervention in July 18, Amshipora encounter.
The families of the trio said that even after nearly a month they were desperately waiting for DNA results and the unnecessary delay indicates that the probe is not fair.
Mohammed Yousuf, father of Abrar Ahmad, one of the missing youth, said that even if authorities take years to complete the probe, they cannot prove their “innocent sons as militants.”
“On Friday we called on SSP Rajouri about DNA results and we were again asked to till Monday.” he added.
The father of missing youth said if authorities failed to come up with the DNA reports, till Monday, all family members of three youth along with local villagers would march towards Shopian and also to north Kashmir to take out the bodies of slain trio.
Notably, three Rajouri families have alleged that their sons have been killed in Amshipora, Shopian in a fake encounter on July 18. Following the allegation, police took DNA samples of six members of three families on August 13 to ascertain their claim.
However, for nearly a month, families are desperately waiting for DNA cross examination results.