Court gives 15-day ultimatum to Police
TUFAIL MATOO KILLING
Srinagar, Feb 21: A local court on Monday directed police to complete within 15-days the identification parade of forces involved in the killing of Tufail Ahmad Matoo, teenage boy, whose death sparked spontaneous protests in Kashmir valley last year.
Advocate Altaf Ahmad Khan, the defence counsel, said that the Chief Judicial Magistrate Srinagar, Yaspal Bourney, pulled up concerned Station House Officer after he submitted that the police was yet to receive the orders for identification parade. “This is old story,” Khan quoted the CJM as having told the SHO.
He said the CJM directed for completing the identification parade within 15-days and subsequently file report in the court. Police has already registered an FIR 45/2010 under section 302 RPC in Police station Nowhatta.
It was on 27-October last year when additional District Magistrate, deputed Shahbaz Ahmad Bodha, Tehsildar south Srinagar, on magisterial duty at police station Nowhatta with regard to the identification parade.
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