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CM reaches Kangan, meets Gowher's family Says, civilian killings won't be tolerated at any cost

Srinagar, Apr 05 (KNS): In a renewed outreach, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today morning dropped at slain Civilian Gowher's residence at Kangan. 
According to the KNS correspondent, amid protests, Chief Minster reached Gowher's residence and met his family members. 
During her interaction, Chief Minster while assuring a time bound probe into the Gowher's killing said that "No Civilian killing would be tolerated". She said she was pained to see mothers wailing and added that those guilty in civilian killings would be brought to justice. CM was accompanied by Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Baseer Khan, IGP Kashmir S P Pani, Waheed Para, MLC Yasir Reshi, SSP Ganderbal Fayaz Ahmad Lone and district Civil and Police administration. (KNS) 

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