Shariah court exonerates Dr Rafiabadi, Adv Hanjoora
Srinagar, Dec 26: A Shariah Court under Mufti Nasrul Islam has exonerated Dr Naseem Rafiabadi and Advocate Abdul Rashid Hanjoora of the charges levelled against them by the Priest C M Khana of Christian Missionary.
The Court pronounced its decision after recording the statements of the duo and the exonerated them after due deliberations.
While exonerating the duo, the Court said that Dr Rafiabadi and Hanjura are the respectable personalities of the society and are not culpable of any wrong.
During the investigation, people from various schools of thought participated in the proceeding including general secretary of Jama’at-e-Islami, Sheikh Ali Muhammad, Jamiat-e-Ahlihadith, Abdul Rehman Bhat and others.
The Court, however, said that it should be ensured that the other wanted persons in this regard should be presented in the court.
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