Cops paraded before complainant
Srinagar, Apr 13: Six cops of Special Operations Group (SOG) and a civilian arrested by police for their alleged involvement in extortion were paraded before the complainant in Police Station Shergarhi on Saturday.
The complainant Shabir Ahmed identified all the seven persons and confirmed their identity.
Pertinently, Police on Thursday arrested six cops and a civilian after Shabir Ahmad of Lachampora Batamaloo had lodged a complaint that some men in uniform have extorted a sum of Rs 50,000 from him at Solina Srinagar.
Police swung into action and had arrested five cops of Indian Reserve Police deputed with SOG and on whose revelation two more cops including a civilian Firdous Ahmed was rounded up.
A case had been already registered in Police Station Shergari vide FIR number 20/2013 Under Section 392 against these persons. The complainant was called in Police Station Shergari today where he identified all these extortionists in presence of First Class Magistrate, Fayaz Ahmad.
Apart from the civilian Firdous Ahmed the other cops have been identified as Constable Showkat Ahmad, Constable Javid Ahmad, Constable Bilal Ahmad and Constable Manzoor Ahmad, Constable Afaq Ahmed and Constable Javid Ahmed. (CNS)
Lastupdate on : Sat, 13 Apr 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sat, 13 Apr 2013 18:30:00 GMT
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