Court issues warrant against 7 suspected ITBP men
‘ABDUCTION’ OF VERINAG YOUTH
Islamabad (Anantnag), Apr 5: A local court here has issued warrant against the seven suspected persons of Indo Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) for their alleged involvement in the abduction of a youth of Verinag area of this South Kashmir district in the year 2001.
The warrant was issued by the Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM), Islamabad against the suspected persons of 10th Battalion ITBP following an application moved by the State in connection with the abduction of Muhammad Ashraf Koka.
The father of the youth had then filed a written report regarding alleged abduction of his son. Accordingly, the police took up the investigations and formed an opinion at the strength of deposition of witnesses and other evidences that the officials involved in the abduction included; the then deputy commander of unit, five officers of JCO rank, a sub-inspector, head constable and two other officers. The case FIR no 96/2001 u/s 364, 302, 201 RPC and 7/25 Arms Act was then registered against the suspected ITBP officials in the police station, Dooru.
It has been submitted in the application moved by the prosecuting officer that out of the ten suspected officials only two participated in the investigations while one died and the rest did not turn.
Subsequently, the CJM passed the order to Director General, ITBP C/O 56 APO through Director General of Police, Jammu, which reads, ““Whereas, as the seven officials of 10th Bn ITBP are suspects in the commission of offences punishable u/s 364, 302,201 RPC and 7/25 Arms Act and even if the Investigating Agency has from time and again been asking for their attendance, but they have not turned up despite repeated reminders.”
It says that as the participation of the suspects was imperative for the conclusion of trial in the Court so, as such the DGP, ITBP is directed to arrest all the suspects and produce them before the Investigating Officer by April. 6.
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