Omar warns against ‘selective execution’

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On Afzal's family not being allowed to meet him, Omar said, "I cannot reconcile myself to the fact that his (Afzal) family was not allowed to see him before he was executed. That to my mind, on a human level, is the biggest tragedy of this execution."

He also questioned the rationale of informing Afzal's family living in the Valley through post, saying the reliability of the medium itself was questionable.

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