Indicted officials likely to face disciplinary action
Srinagar, Dec 22: Two officials of Crime Branch, including a Deputy Superintendent of Police, indicted by Justice H S Bedi of being negligent while discharging their duties, may face disciplinary action as well as contempt of court proceedings, sources told Greater Kashmir on Saturday.
“There has been no criminal negligence on their part, but they may face contempt proceedings for their failure to comply with Supreme Court guidelines,” they said.
The Bedi Commission while giving clean chit to Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and former IGP crime Raja Aijaz Ali today indicted Deputy Superintendent of Police Bashir Ahmad Ganie and Munshi, Nazir Ahmad of failing to discharge their duties.
“The DSP has, however, admitted in his evidence that he had not himself conveyed the information about the arrest and detention of the deceased to his associates/relatives but had passed on this duty to Munshi Nazir Ahmad. The DSP, Bashir Ahmad Ganie and Munshi, Nazir Ahmad who appeared as OW2 and OW10 respectively, are, therefore, held liable of having failed to discharge their duty as per law,” the report submitted by Bedi Commission states.
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