Court gives 20 days time to police
Sodomy Case Report
Srinagar, Dec 30: A court has granted 20 days time to police for filing report in Sodomy case.
The Court of 1st additional sessions judge, Srinagar Wednesday granted 20 days time to police for filing the conclusive and complete report in Sodomy Case.
The Superintendent of Police Hazratbal, who has been appointed as enquiry officer in the Sodomy case, moved an application through Chief Prosecution Officer Srinagar before the court for grant of extension of time in order to submit the conclusive and complete report.
In view of the submissions made by the CPO, the Court directed the SP to submit the conclusive report including the medical report within 20 days.
Earlier, one of the applicants Asif Ahmad Bhat of Nowhatta informed the Court that police was following him wherever he goes and harassing him.
The Court said, “I need not to remind the police agency that their job is to protect the life and liberty of citizens and not to harass them.”
Following the submission of the applicant, the court directed the prosecution that it should inform police to restrain from harassing the applicants and their families.
The Medical superintendent of SMHS hospital Srinagar, Dr Waseem Qureshi filed his report wherein he stated that despite the court direction the some of the applicants had not caused their appearance for medical examination. Hence, he could not submit their report.
The Court said counsel should make every endeavor to produce the rest of the applicants before the Medical Board.
The court said the applicant Asif Ahmad Bhat of Kakamohalla, Nowhatta had not present himself before the Bone and Joints Hospital, Barzulla for orthopedic check up.
The court directed counsel to produce the applicant Asif before the Medical Superintendent B&J, Barzulla, for his orthopedic examination and report at the earliest possible.
The next hearing for the case is January 28, 2010.
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