Srinagar: The High Court of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh on Friday stayed its single bench verdict regarding exhumation of body exhumation of Amir Latief Magrey, one of the four persons killed in an “encounter” at Hyderpora area of Srinagar last year.
“Meanwhile, till the next date of hearing before the Bench, the operation of the impugned Judgment shall stay,” said a Division Bench of Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey and Justice Wasim Sadiq Nargal after hearing Advocate General D C Raina for J&K government and counsel for Amir’s father advocate Deepika Singh Rajawat, who was on caveat and appeared through virtual mode from Jammu.
The Division Bench asked advocate Rajawat to file response to the appeal filed by the government while as it posted the case for further consideration on June 28.
“Having heard the learned Counsel for the parties, perused the pleadings on record and after considering the matter, we feel that this matter requires a final decision from this Court after hearing all parties concerned,” the division bench said in an order. Subsequently it issued notice to Amir’s father for response by June 28.
“Meanwhile, till the next date of hearing before the Bench, the operation of the impugned Judgment shall stay”. (GNS)