Counsel visits Crime Branch hqs
HAJI YOUSUF DEATH
D A RASHID
Srinagar, Mar 15: Following the directions of Bedi Commission, Mushtaq Ahmad Dar, the counsel representing the family of deceased National Conference (NC) worker, Syed Muhammad Yousuf Thursday visited Crime Branch headquarters here.
The Counsel visited the CB headquarters alongwith Farooq Ahmad Kathwari, who is representing the Crime Branch in the case.
“I visited the relevant room of the office of IG Crime (at Rajbagh) and the ante-room. I also spotted the office of the SHO of police station Crime Branch Srinagar,” Dar told Greater Kashmir.
“In keeping with the directions of the Bedi Commission, I reached the headquarters of the IGP Crime at 4:30 pm and had the spot inspection of the required places,” Dar said.
The counsel said as per the directions of the Bedi Commission, he will visit Jammu and Kashmir Police Hospital at Police Control Room Srinagar for inspection on Monday, March 19, at 4:30 pm.
The counsel said the spot inspection of the IG crime Branch headquarters has been relevant and fruitful and will help bring truth out in the mysterious death case of Haji Syed Muhammad Yousuf.
The Bedi Commission on March 12 granted permission to the counsel for family of the deceased, Syed Yousuf to visit the Chief Minister Omar Abdullah’s camp office at his residence at Gupkar Road, Crime Branch Headquarters and Police hospital at Police Control Room for inspection.
The state government on November 18 had appointed the retired Supreme Court judge as the head of the one-man Commission to probe the death of 61-year-old Yousuf.
Yousuf was handed over to the IGP Crime Branch by the Chief Minister on September 29 last year after he allegedly admitted to taking money from two National Conference workers for securing them berths in the council of ministers and the legislative council. He died a day later.
The Commission was asked to complete its probe within six weeks but due to unavoidable circumstances, including pendency of a petition relating to the matter before the Supreme Court and adverse weather condition, the state government granted a three-month extension on January seven.
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