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Take action permissible under law, court to SSP
JAMMU, Aug 9: Sub-Registrar Jammu Swati Gupta Thursday directed SSP Jammu to take action as permissible under law in case of an application filed by Imzad Hussain Shah, father of Syed Murfad Hussian Shah, who was shot dead at former Chief Minister Dr Farooq Abdulllah’s residence on August 4.

In his application, the father of slain youth had sought registration of FIR.

Sub-Registrar Jammu Swati Gupta, after hearing advocate Veenu Gupta for the applicant, issued directions to the SSP Jammu.

In the application, it was submitted that on August 4, 2018, the son of the applicant namely Syed Murfad Hussian Shah had gone to Bhatindi in his vehicle bearing registration number JK02BW 0568 for unknown reasons, but the applicant only got the information regarding the death/encounter of his son in a firing incident at the Member Parliament Dr Farooq Abdullah’s residence in Bhatindi, Jammu.

“Even though the son of the applicant has died but the FIR has not been lodged on behalf of the applicant for ascertaining the reasons behind the alleged firing incident. However an FIR has been lodged on behalf of the CRPF personnel for the alleged trespassing into the highly security guarded VVIP residence,” it was submitted in the application.

It was further submitted that the “story created by the CRPF personnel for encounter of the son of the applicant was not only illogical but also completely unbelievable.” “Yet despite the repeated request and the application to the SHO Trikuta Nagar and copy of which is also sent to DGP, Law and Order, J&K Police and also to SSP Jammu, till date no FIR has been lodged by the aforesaid police officer to investigate the matter,” it was further stated in the application.

During the course of hearing, counsel submitted that the applicant also approached the Police Officers mentioned in the application with evidence (photograph) of the vehicle of the deceased clearly showing tampering with the vehicle of the deceased which is the main evidence in the alleged commission of offence.

News Updated at : Friday, August 10, 2018
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