He added that the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) and State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) should have taken suo motto cognizance of this grave human rights violation that has clear proof in videos and pictures.
"You can not capture such things on video all the time but such things have taken place all the time".
Some, however, did suspect that it was not a case of "human shielding". He said that if the allegation of assault against the accused were established with some evidence, they would be formally arrested and subjected to thorough investigation and prosecution under law. "Who has posted the video?" "An inquiry should be initiated in this matter and the guilty must be prosecuted", Omar told ANI.
"Using youth as human shield is very unfortunate". The Army said that it was investigating the video.More news: The Fate of the Furious Photos_1
Local rebel leaders had called for a boycott of the vote, which was held to fill a vacant seat after a member of parliament resigned to protest against the killing of civilians during a sweeping security crackdown past year.
On April 9 when by polls wEre being held in Srinagar parliamentary constituency, the security forces shot dead 8 civilians and injured 117 people majorly youths. However, the clip was uploaded on the internet soon after services were restored in Kashmir on Thursday evening. He told Indian Express that he was not a stone pelter and had never thrown a stone against security forces in his entire life.
The video shared by many on social media sites including former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah mounted outrage, after which Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti sought a report of the incident from the police.
Farooq Ahmed Dar was strapped to the front of a jeep carrying soldiers in Beerwah, Jammu and Kashmir.More news: Oil market is now 'very close' to reaching a balance, IEA says
On seeing the video, cricketers Gautam Gambir and Virender Sehwag tweeted in support of the CRPF personnel. Whoever wants Azadi LEAVE NOW!
The video was also tweeted by former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah.
The 11-second video came to light on Friday (14 April) and showed an unidentified man tied to the front of an army jeep as it led a convoy through the Budgam district of Indian-administered Kashmir.
Several hundreds of comments were posted in response to a video showing Indian troops being beaten by Kashmiri youth that went viral on social media on Wednesday. "I'm also outraged that the video of the youth on the jeep won't generate the same anger".More news: Trump declares US-Russia relations may be at 'all-time low'
Kashmir has been divided between India and Pakistan since the end of British rule in 1947.