New Delhi: Amid protests by chief Jammu and Kashmir parties, the bodies of two civilians killed in the Hyderpora encounter were reportedly exhumed on Thursday (November 18). 

The bodies of Mohammad Altaf Bhat and Mudasir Gul will be handed over to their families, PTI cited an official as saying. 

Four people, including two civilians, were killed in a gunfight by security forces during an anti-terror operation on Monday evening. As per the J&K police, Haider, a Pakistani terrorist, and his local associate Mohammad Amir, along with two civilians – Altaf Bhat and Mudassir Gul – were killed in an encounter in Srinagar’s Hyderpora locality, where an illegal call centre and a terror hideout were allegedly being run.

On Wednesday, Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha had ordered a magisterial probe into the Hyderpora killings

“A magisterial inquiry by officer of ADM rank has been ordered in Hyderpora encounter. Govt will take suitable action as soon as report is submitted in a time-bound manner. JK admin reiterates commitment of protecting lives of innocent civilians & it will ensure there is no injustice,” Sinha had tweeted.

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