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SRINAGAR: In order to educate, interact and discuss about investigation of important and serious case pertaining to Acts like ULA (P) and NDPS, a series of seminars have been planned by District Police Anantnag.  A  seminar on ULA (P) was held today at Conference Hall of DPO Anantnag. The seminar was inaugurated by Ld Principal District and Sessions Judge Shri Tawqeer Ahmad.


All gazetted officers and prosecuting officers of South Kashmir Police Range participated in the seminar. Deputy Inspector General of Police South Kashmir Range Shri Swayam Prakash Pani (IPS) was also present on the occasion.  Senior Superintendent of Police Anantnag  Shri  Altaf Ahmad Khan( KPS ) welcomed the participants and guests and briefed about the topics to be covered in the two day seminar.


Shri Tawqeer Ahmad graced the occasion and highlighted the certain aspects  regarding lacuna in the investigations and precautions to be taken by police while presenting the charge sheets before the court. He was gracious enough to invite investigating officers as and when they need any guidance. The DIG SKR during his address  emphasized  upon participants to focus on evidence and legal procedures while investigating the cases, so that accused are brought to justice 


Many panel discussions and important cases were discussed during the seminar.  Speaking on the occasion SSP Anantnag Shri Altaf Ahmad Khan reiterated  that investigation of cases is prime duty of Police and only quality investigation can stand scrutiny of court and these types of seminars will iron out discrepancy  and will educate Investigators in understanding of such cases.



Superintendent of Police Headquarters Anantnag Shri Tahir Ashraf KPS briefed about the practical aspects of the investigation. He further emphasized on the provisos and their interpretation by the IOs in the investigation and the problem faced during investigation. The purpose of the seminar is to build confidence among the young officers to take on the serious investigation cases.