Bemina family alleges police inaction


Greater Kashmir
Publish Date: Dec 11 2010 12:00PM
Srinagar, Dec 10: The parents of 12-year-old, Mehvish Pampori, who was hit and injured by an unknown vehicle outside her school at Bemina on December 4, have alleged that police was non-serious in nabbing the culprit.
 They said the mishap took place under the nose of police and yet they had not taken any action against the accused.
 Mehvish of Bemina Housing Colony, a class 7th student of Police Public School received head injuries in the incident.
 Her father, Khazir Muhammad Pampori claimed that police knew the whereabouts of the driver. “Police is trying to hush up the case,” he said.
 He said Mehvish was under treatment at Intensive Care Unit of SKIMS, Soura.
 Talking to Greater Kashmir superintendent of police west, Amit Kumar said it was a hit and run case. “We are on job. But we are yet to trace the culprits,” he said.