khaskhabar.com : Sunday, June 20, 2021 8:13 PM
New Delhi . The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued a notice to the Jammu and Kashmir government in connection with the killing of a writer and poet by Pakistani terrorists in 1990. Daily Excelsior reported that notice has been given through Chief Secretary to submit additional/complete report regarding the complaint filed by Rajinder Premi, son of Shaheed Sarbananda Kaul Premi, a renowned writer and poet. On 1 May 1990 his younger son, Ravinder Kaul was also killed by terrorists and Pakistani terrorists also looted all valuables and cash lying in the house.
The family has also demanded ex-gratia and compensation for looted and damaged property besides fulfillment of all the promises made by the government to the martyr’s family, the return of the house items kept with the local Auqaf committee.
In his complaint, Rajinder Premi has sought the identification and arrest of the killers of Sarbananda Kaul Premi, a noted writer, thinker, poet and social activist, and his son, who were killed by terrorists after their abduction on 1 May 1990. On the night of 28 April 1990, the bodies were dumped on the roadside near Anantnag town in the Kashmir Valley at Sof Shali, Kokernag.
The commission has ordered to present the copy of the final instructions as well as the complaints received from the complainant in the form of report within the stipulated time period.
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