Srinagar, New Delhi’s interlocutor for Kashmir Dineshwar Sharma on Tuesday said that any army man found guilty in the killing of Kupwara Taxi driver will be punished and the probe will be made public.
The spokesman said Asif Iqbal, a Sumo driver was killed in an ambush at Thandipora village of North Kashmir’s Kupwara district this month. Police have already registered an FIR against the unknown army soldiers.
Dineshwar Sharma said that people of Kashmir will feel that justice has been done when the guilty will be punished and report be made public.
When asked if Government of India can talk to militants in Asam why it is not following suit in Kashmir, Sharma said that he will only talk to those who believe in non-violence. “My doors are open for those who want peace in Kashmir. I interacted a lot of people here who truly want peace and prosperity,” he said.