SHRC pulls up DC Kupwara
Srinagar, Oct 29: The Jammu and Kashmir State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) on Monday issued arrest warrant against Deputy Commissioner Kupwara for failing to provide information regarding a compensation case to the Commission.
The Division Bench of SHRC comprising members Javaid Kawoos and Amlok Singh passed the order while hearing the case of Pandit Radha Krishan and others who have been demanding compensation for their damaged houses in Kupwara since 2000.
The Bench observed that out of seven complaints, the compensation has been provided to only one person who is working in Army. The Bench took strong note of failure of the DC Kupwara for failing to provide the compensation file and other relevant records to the Commission for perusal.
“The DC Kupwara appears to be in hibernation. He has failed to provide relevant record to the Commission despite repeated reminders. This has led to delay in disposal of cases of the complainants. Therefore a bailable warrant in the amount of Rs 5,000 against DC Kupwara which will be executed through SP SHRC who will produce the DC Kupwara before the Commission alongwith all the relevant records as mentioned in the order,” the Bench directed.
The case is listed for hearing on November 12.
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