School teacher falsely implicated: IFJHRF
Srinagar, Nov 23: International Forum for Justice and Human Rights Forum Jammu and Kashmir today accused army of falsely implicating a school teacher in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district.
Chairman of the Forums, Muhammad Ahsan Untoo accused a patrolling party of 8-sector RR in Lolab of harassing school teachers there without any reason.
“The soldiers of the unit arrested a teacher namely Abdul Ahad Nayak when he was discharging his professional duties at Middle School Dil Bagh Diwar Lolab. They tried to implicate him for carrying a wireless set,” Untoo alleged.
Talking to Greater Kashmir, Nayak said he was teaching the students when the soldiers cordoned off the school. “They (soldiers) placed a wireless set under some cloth and later tried to implicate me for placing it there. Police arrested me however I was released later,” Ahad said.
Untoo said he will move Court over the issue. “There have been many such incidents in the past. I will soon file a petition in the Court,” he said.
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