Ganga hijacking case deferred
Srinagar: The Principal and District Sessions Court Saturday deferred the hearing of the Ganga Hijacking case of 1971 as prosecution failed to produce the witnesses.
The Court directed the state to present the witnesses on next date of hearing, which has been fixed on May 22.
In 2000 when Hashim Qureshi returned to Srinagar, he was arrested. The Government subsequently appointed Principal District and Sessions Judge Srinagar as special judge to hear the case under Enemy Agents Ordinance, 2005.
Advocate Syed Reyaz Khawar and Reyaz Jan represented the accused Hashim Qureshi, who was also present.
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