Srinagar, Jun 22: An interim report was submitted by the judicial commission set up the Jammu Kashmir Government to probe into the Shopian double murder case on Sunday, Jun 21. The reports suggests that the two women were sexually assaulted and then murdered.
Quoting sources, media reports state that the commission has criticised the role of the local police, civil administration, medical team and the Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) in the investigation. It has also recommended that the concerned officials be suspended for the way they have handled the case.
The 126-page report that was submitted to the Chief Minister Omar Abdullah alleged that Superintendent of Police Javed Iqbal, Deputy SP and Station House Office had 'tried to destroy evidence' in the case.
The Chief Minister has reportedly summoned a meeting and is expected to act on the recommendations.