Javid Mir seeks passport
Submit PVR in 2 weeks: HC to ADG
Srinagar, Apr 24: The High Court has directed the Home Commissioner and the Additional Director General Police CID to submit Passport Verification Report (PVR) of JKLF (H) Chairman Javid Ahmad Mir to the Regional Passport Officer Srinagar within two weeks.
The court has also directed the Regional Passport Officer Srinagar to pass appropriate order after the submission of the CID verification report.
“The Passport officer will pass appropriate orders within two weeks and report compliance before the registry” reads the court order.
Mir had through his counsel, B A Khan had filed a petition in the Court seeking directions to the respondents for issuing travel documents in his favour.
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