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After taking out the body of the son, permission was sought for the last rites, the Supreme Court will decide on June 27, know the whole matter

New DelhiThe Supreme Court has decided to hear on June 27 the plea of ​​the father of a man killed in the Haidarpura encounter in which the father of the deceased took out his son’s body from the grave for his last rites. Requested to hand over the family. In November last year, Aamir Magre and three others were killed in an encounter. He was killed as a terrorist.

Senior advocate Anand Grover, appearing for the deceased Aamir’s father Mohammad Latif Magre, said that the single bench of Jammu and Kashmir had ordered exhumation of the dead body of Magre’s son, but the double bench had stayed it. His client has supported the army throughout his life, the purpose of extracting the son’s body is that he can be cremated. The Supreme Court has decided to hear the petition on June 27.


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