Court defers hearing in Wamiq Farooq case
Srinagar, Apr 1: A local court here on Friday deferred hearing in the Wamiq Farooq murder case stating it would dismiss the petition if prosecution failed to argue on the case on next hearing. The case came up for hearing before Principal District and Sessions Judge Srinagar, Bansi Lal Bhat.
Complainant’s counsel, Advocate Aijaz Ahmad Dar said while he stressed for arguments, the public prosecutor sought time following which the court deferred the case for hearing till April 9.
“The court informed the public prosecutor that case shall be dismissed if he fails to argue the case on next date of hearing,” he said.
On March 10, police filed a criminal revision petition against CJM’s orders before Sessions Court for constituting SIT to probe 5 aspects of the case including examining the witnesses.
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