Police say three suspected rebel fighters were killed in India-administered Kashmir's main city, but the families of the slain men – two students and a carpenter – say they were killed in a staged gun battle.
Police in India-administered Kashmir say an Indian army officer and two others "planted illegally acquired weapons" on the bodies of three young men to pass them off as "terrorists" after killing them in a staged gun battle in July.
In a rare admission, Indian military says its soldiers in disputed Kashmir abused their powers in the killings of three labourers it had passed off as "Pakistani terrorists."
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