Take terrorist Dujana's body back, police tell Pakistan
For the first time in 30 years, India has demanded that Pakistan take back the body of its terrorist Abu Dujana who was killed in an encounter on Tuesday. The Jammu and Kashmir police will approach the Pakistan High Commission urging them to take the body of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorist back.
The decision was made on a day when the separatists of Kashmir called for a complete shut down of the Valley on Wednesday. We will ask Pakistan to take his body back said Inspector General of Police, Kashmir, Muneer Khan. He was a Pakistani national and hence his body needs to be taken by them, Khan also added.
The police took the decision as they did not want his body buried in Kashmir. The police is being cautious this time as they do not want this issue to spark another unrest as was seen in the case of Burhan Wani, the Hizbul Mujahideen commander who was gunned down in an encounter last year.
The police will write to the headquarters which in turn will take up the matter with Union Home Ministry. Following this the Pakistan High Commission would be appraised of the matter and told to take Dujana's body back. The police say that their investigations clearly established that Dujana was from Karachi.