Provide proper medical facilities to Qazi Yasir: Court
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Srinagar, July 7: Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Islamabad (Anantnag) Saturday directed police to submit its report of the cases lodged against Umati-I-Islami President and Mirwaiz South Kashmir, Qazi Yasir by July 11. He also directed the police to provide proper medical facilities to him.
“The SHO concerned is directed to submit copy of the report of the fresh FIRs filed against the accused by July 11,” the CJM direction read.
The CJM also directed the concerned SHO to get the accused medically examined with all the tests required by team of doctors either from State hospital or SKIMS, Srinagar.
Earlier, arguing the case the counsel of Yasir, Advocate Mujeeb Ahmad stated that since he has been already arrested in FIR no 197/ 2012 , the police cannot book him under fresh charges without seeking formal orders from court.
He also held that the accused was entitled to proper medical examination.
Qazi Yasir was arrested by police following the clashes that erupted after the conclusion of a rally organized by his party to commemorate the death anniversary of his father and pro-freedom leader Late Mirwaiz Qazi Nisar.
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