CJM SEEKS SHO’S PERSONAL APPEARANCE
Srinagar, Nov 30: Taking strong cognizance of not producing Danish Farooq, a ninth class student before court, Chief Judicial Magistrate Srinagar has issued contempt of court orders against SHO Kralkhud and has asked him to appear in person.
The application was moved by Farooq Ahmed Wani father of Danish Farooq resident of Chattabal for not producing his son before the court despite orders.
“The respondent (SHO Kralkhud) has received the order and has refused to submit the report violating the courts direction,” Wani stated in the court through his counsel Babar Qadri.
Qadri stated that “conduct of SHO is hostile viz-a-viz the accused. How can SHO deny him (Danish) to be heard before the law? He is treating him as convict. It seems that SHO is ignorant of legal processes, as he has least regard of law,” Qadri stated in the court.
The counsel prayed that court may initiate proceedings against the respondents and the respondent SHO may be directed to submit the report in person before the court.
Reacting to the arguments put forth by the counsel, Chief Judicial Magistrate, Rajiv Gupta directed the SHO to bring statement of facts before the court by or before 1/12/2012.
Taking to Greater Kashmir, Fayaz Ahmed, maternal uncle of Danish said that police has denied them a meeting with Danish. “We are concerned about Danish’s safety. Police has denied us meeting with him from last four days. They (police) even threatened us of dire consequences for approaching media. We are scared about safety of our life,” Fayaz said.
“Danish was whisked away by police personnel of police station Kralkhud, Srinagar on Monday outside lower court here after he was granted bail in another case registered against him in Shaheed Gunj police station,” said Danish’s uncle.
Danish has been booked for ‘attempt to murder’ besides other harsh sections.
Lastupdate on : Fri, 30 Nov 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 30 Nov 2012 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Sat, 1 Dec 2012 00:00:00 IST
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