Truth shall prevail: Govt
CM Relieves Constituency Representative
Srinagar, Oct 1: The government Saturday said the Chief Minister is committed to a transparent, credible investigation of Sayeed Yousuf incident and that is why “a judicial probe by a judge of the High Court has been ordered to unravel the truth.”
Reacting to the press conference of PDP leader Muzaffar Hussain Baig, the official spokesman said Baig’s statement “laced with speculative, unfounded conjectures beyond the stated facts” is baseless and a figment of imagination which does not deserve to be taken cognizance of.
CM RELIEVES HIS CONSTITUENCY REPRESENTATIVE
Meanwhile, the state government Saturday issued a circular asking all the district officers of Chief Minister’s Ganderbal constituency not to entertain any request from CM’s representative of the constituency, Muhammad Yousuf Bhat, on behalf of the CM.
The circular has been issued in the wake of alleged custodial death of a senior NC worker Sayeed Muhammad Yousuf in Crime Branch custody.
The Deputy Commissioner Ganderbal Showkat Ahmad Mir on Saturday issued the circular: “As instructed by the Chief Minister vide communication number HCM/PS/2011-292/Sgr, dated 30-09-2011, it is brought to the notice of all district officers that Yousuf Bhat shall seize to be the constituency representative of the Chief Minister in Ganderbal constituency.”
The circular has directed all the officials of Ganderbal district not to entertain any request from Bhat on behalf of the Chief Minister.
Meanwhile, quoting sources local news gathering agency KNS said that the Chief Minister has left for Tamil Nadu to attend the wedding ceremony of daughter of Justice FM Ibrahim Kalifullah, Chief Justice of Jammu and Kashmir High Court.
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