Furnish case diary: Court to Police
Srinagar, Mar 2: The Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Tuesday directed the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Srinagar to furnish a detailed report and case diary into the killing of 13-year old boy Wamiq Farooq on next hearing on March 8.
The petitioner’s counsel, G N Shaheen, informed the court that Wamiq was innocent. “He died after being hit by a teargas shell fired by a policeman,” Shaheen said.
He sought arrest of the accused policeman and initiation of criminal proceedings against him.
Shaheen told the court instead of arresting Wamiq’s killers, the police registered an attempt to murder case under section 307 against the deceased boy and other “miscreants.”
Pertinently, Wamiq Farooq, of Rainawari died on January 31, when he was hit on head by a teargas shell fired allegedly by a police official in old city.
Following Wamiq’s killing his father Farooq Ahmad on February 11 moved an application before the CJM praying for registration of an FIR into the killing.
In the application, the father of the victim has demanded criminal prosecution for murder charges (under section 302 RPC) against the police official involved in the killing.
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