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CJM reserves judgment in slapgate row
KISHTWAR, May 29: The Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Kishtwar Ajay Kumar Gupta today reserved his judgement till June 3, 2013 in case of slapgate row.

The row had erupted after the Minister of State for Home Sajjad Ahmed Kichloo had allegedly slapped the Chief Executive Officer Kishtwar Development Authority (KDA), Riyaz Ahmed. The latter had approached the court against the minister.

Today the police in compliance with the court directions had filed a status report yet the counsel of the complainant argued that the status report was contrary to the actual position.

Earlier the CJM, after filing of the complaint, had expressed anguish over the incident of alleged manhandling of one of the senior KAS officers by a Minister of State and had directed the police to investigate into the matter.

The Court had directed the police to file a status report whether grounds were enough against the Minister to lodge an FIR.

Today the police filed its status report before the CJM Kishtwar.

The counsel of complainant argued before the court that status report filed by the police was totally contrary to the actual position and police had not verified the situation on the ground.

He stated that even Chief Minister had condemned the act of the minister. The counsel accused the police of not doing its job sincerely as he said there were sufficient proofs on the basis of which the police could lodge an FIR against the Minister.

The CJM Kishtwar after hearing the arguments from both the sides reserved his judgment till June 3, 2013.

News Updated at : Thursday, May 30, 2013
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