SRINAGAR (AFP) - An Indian army officer has been suspended and another removed from his command after police blamed the two for the killing of three Muslims in Occupied Kashmir, the Army said Sunday. The move against the two officers - a major and a colonel - comes a day before Indias Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will pay a two-day visit to the region, where anti-India sentiment runs high. The three civilians were killed at the end of April, Indias military had said, when it foiled an alleged infiltration by some men along the Line of Control. But the families of the men in the northern district of Baramulla said the dead men were innocent relatives who had disappeared three days before. After their bodies were exhumed the three men were confirmed to be those killed in what is now suspected to have been a gunbattle staged by the Indian army on April 30. Indian authorities have ordered a probe into the incident. The colonel has been removed from the command. The second officer (a major) has been suspended as of now and an inquiry has been ordered, Lt-Gen BS Jaiswal said in Srinagar, Indian Kashmirs summer capital. Local police investigating the case have named the two officers as the main accused for staging the April 30 gunbattle. The police have also arrested four more residents, including a Kashmiri member of the Indian army, for luring the three men to the LoC to work as labourers for the military. The two army officers have yet to be handed over to police.