Kashmir Indepth

Murder of missing Boniyar youth , Family stages protest

Suhail Khan

Boniyar, Dec 28 : Family and relatives of the Uri youth who was murdered in Baramulla last week staged a protest demonstration and demanded justice for their murdered son.

A 25-year-old youth, Azim Nazir Khan, who was missing since December 13 from a gym centre in Azadgunj area of Baramulla was found hanging in a building in the same area after 4 days.

A large number of people including family members and relatives of murdered youth staged protest in Chandanwari area of Uri on Friday.

Shouting slogans against the murder, the protesters demanding justice for their murdered son.

The protesters including females who could be seen beating their chest amidst crying alleged that the deceased was murdered by Baramulla family where he was staying since past 10 years and was running their Gym.

It has been more than 10 days now since his body was found, however the police has not been able to provide justice to us alleged protesting.

Meanwhile the protesters appealed Governor, Satya Pal Malik, Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kashmir and other higher-ups in Governor Administration to look into the issue.

“We want justice, our protest against the cold-blooded murder of our son will continue till all the culprits involved in the crime are brought to justice protesting family added.

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