The trial against the remaining accused persons in the case shall continue as they have pleaded not guilty before the court.
The security measures for the forthcoming Machail as well as Amarnath yatra were also discussed in detail to ensure streamlined coordination between intelligence and security agencies, spokesman said
An employee of the liquor shop died while three others were injured in the grenade attack carried out by a burqa clad terrorist and his associate.
Meenakshi Bhat, wife of Rahul, said it took an hour for authorities to shift the injured Rahul to Srinagar hospital.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday directed security forces to pro-actively carry out coordinated counter-terror operations in Jammu and Kashmir and ensure zero cross-border infiltration.
Police have also assured the worried government employee of providing adequate security and addressing shortcomings in the security grid.
Braving rains, the protestors under the banner of All PM Package Employees Forum marched on the highway banging utensils and raising slogans demanding justice.
External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi categorically rejected the resolution and asked Islamabad to stop cross-border terrorism and shut down its 'infrastructure of terrorism'.
Rahul Bhat, who had got the job of a clerk under the special employment package for migrants in 2010-11, was gunned down by terrorists inside the tehsil office in Chadoora town on May 12.
“Azad is acceptable to both Kashmir and Jammu regions. People still appreciate his governance when he was the CM,” Monga, who is known to be close to Azad, said.
External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said India 'categorically rejected' the OIC's comments criticising New Delhi over the delimitation exercise in Jammu and Kashmir.
"How will Kashmiri Pandits residing in other states think of returning to Kashmir if they don't feel safe. This is not the time for politics but for the country. I urge the Centre to ensure security."
Abdullah said if the gap between the communities is to be bridged, the hateful campaigns like 'The Kashmir Files' film and incessant Hindu-Muslim debates on the media have to be stopped.
He alleged that it has created an atmosphere of "hatred in the country". He also called the film "baseless", citing the incidents portrayed in the movie as fake.
Pandit employees working in the Valley have warned of mass resignation if the administration did not transfer them to Jammu or provide adequate security to them.