Speaking to Mumbai-based newspaper DNA, Tabassum said: “My husband wanted to return to normal life and with that intention he surrendered to the Border Security Force (BSF). The BSF commandant refused to give him the surrender certificate that would have allowed him to live in peace until he had motivated two others to surrender.”
The interview took place in Seer Jagir village near Sopore, which is presently in mourning.
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