ACTION will be taken on the basis of an interim report into the alleged rape and murder of two women in Indian Occupied Kashmir, officials said. The report recommends the prosecution of 4 police officers for destroying evidence pertaining to the case, the BBC has learned. The bodies of 2 young women were found in a canal in the town of Shopian on May 30, prompting weeks of protests. The govt did not specify which recommendations it would act on. The report by retired judge Justice Muzaffar Jan, which was submitted Sunday, made several recommendations. These also included the recommendation to prosecute an official at a forensic laboratory for obstructing investigation. Monitoring Desk The government says it is examining the findings of the commission, which will file a final report at the end of June. But a spokesman said that suitable action on the recommendations of the commission would be initiated immediately. The official also reiterated the governments resolve to uncover the truth behind the womens deaths and deliver justice in a transparent manner. After the discovery of the bodies, the govt had initially maintained that the two women had died in an accident and that they had not been raped or killed. However, the police later registered a case of both rape and murder. The incident has put a huge question mark on the credibility and ability of puppet Chief Minister Omar Abdullah. The incident triggered widespread demonstrations in the Valley during which at least two youths have been killed and hundreds wounded.