NEW DELHI – For the first time in recent history of Indian aggression in Occupied Kashmir, Indian Army has accepted ‘mistake’ of killing two innocent teenagers.
According to the Indian media reports, the Indian Army has openly admitted its mistake in shooting dead two innocent teenagers on the outskirts of Srinagar.
“We take responsibility for the death of the two boys in Kashmir,” the chief of the army’s northern command, D.S. Hooda, told reporters in Srinagar late Friday in televised remarks.
“We admit a mistake was made… there was some information about a white car with terrorists. Obviously, the identity was mistaken in this case,”” the lieutenant general added.
Hooda promised an investigation into the deaths that would be conducted employing “the highest standard of transparency”.
This incident had raised a wide outcry not only from Pakistan but also from international humanitarian watchdogs including Human Rights Watch representatives.