Bhat was allegedly providing logistic support to Abu Maz, an LeT militant from Pakistan currently active in north Kashmir.
His comments come a day after Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti spoke with Union Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba, asking him to intervene in the matter.
An FIR has been registered at Bandipora police station and postmortem has confirmed the cause of death.
Most complaints reach the cell through its online portal along with contributions from a telephone helpline, letters and various social media accounts.
Among the consultancy firm experts who are conducting the training is Simon McKenzie of BRIDGE.
The city has for long suffered from encroachments on land and on water bodies which form its heritage, further the issues of insufficient sanitation, road and drainage networks add to the woes.
"We are not how the media portrays us" is an expression common in the Valley. Kashmir's tourism sector doesn't just struggle in front of a disruptive militancy, there are primetime debates to counter.
At the Kashmir World Film Festival's opening ceremony, Naeem Akhtar, senior PDP minister and spokesperson, called for the re-opening of the cinema halls.
Seeking to allay the fears, Mohammed Amin Mir, Joint Director at fisheries department, attributed the incident to the opening of sluice gates at Chinar Bagh that released polluted water from the Gaw Kadal gauge.
A session was devoted to "War Literature in Indian Languages" and chaired was by Bhalchandra Nemade. Three eminent scholars, Bhupendra Adhikari, Prof Jatindra Kumar Nayak and Prof. Rajkumar, presented their papers.