Defaulter gets 5 months imprisonment
GK LEGAL CORRESPONDENT
Srinagar, Apr 14: A local court has sentenced a surety defaulter for five months in jail directing the Superintendent Central Jail Srinagar to take him in custody.
Court of special Mobile Magistrate PT&E Srinagar, Masarat Shaheen has issued warrant against Abdul Rashid Misger who had bound himself as surety for the appearance of an accused, Mushtaq Ahmad Bhat of Kupwara in the court.
“Superintendent Central Jail Srinagar is authorized to take Abdul Rashid Misger in custody and he be jailed for five months” reads the court order.
The court passed the directions after Misger failed to respond to a notice wherein he was asked to explain why he failed to pay surety amount of Rs 25000 and had not given sufficient reason for his failure to the court for attaching and disposing of his movable property.
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