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SRINAGAR: Crime Branch Kashmir has registered a case against Abdul Wahid Khan S/O Abdul Qayoom Khan R/O Bagahat Srinagar, Mohammad Yousuf Malik S/O late Mohammad Ramzan Malik R/O Nai Sarak Habakadal Srinagar A/P Natipora, Srinagar, Mohammad Ashraf Mir S/O Ghulam Nabi Mir R/O Hakhripora Pulwama, and Mohammad Maqbool Shah S/O late Shamas-ud-din Shah R/O Pir-Bagh Srinagar for the commission of cheating, dishonestly and fraudulently under the garb of sale/purchase of immovable property comprising of double storey building along with the land underneath and appurtenant thereto measuring one kanal and 05 marlas situated at Chinar Colony Baghat-i-Barzulla, Srinagar, owned by one Mst. Koshaliya Wd/O Jawahar lal Rafiz.

The said accused persons induced the complainant Mohammad Sidiq Beigh S/O late Mohammad Amin Beigh and his wife Shafiqa R/O Devi Angan Hawal, Srinagar to pay an amount of Rs. 1.66 Crore for the purchase of said property by executing a fake agreement to sell in respect of migrant property owned by Koshaliya Wd/O Jawahar Lal Rafiz without any legal authority from the registered owner.

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SRINAGAR:  Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey today stressed the need to ensure swift disposal of cases to uphold the faith of people in Judiciary. He was addressing one-day workshop titled “Importance of Criminal Appeal in Higher Courts and Role of Prosecutors and Investigators” organized by J&K Police at Police Headquarters here. Justice Magrey was Chief Guest on the occasion while Justice M K Hanjura was Guest of Honour. The other guests included Inspector General of Police Kashmir Range S P Pani besides Judges, other senior police officers, prosecutors, lawyers, investigators and department officials.

 

Justice Magrey said the crime scene investigators, prosecutors and judiciary are an important component in a society that is responsible to uphold the justice delivery system. He said all these three components need to work in rhythm, collect and record all evidence, properly analyze the case and ensure free and fair trial to ensure justice. He also said that there are a number of backlog cases due to the diminution of the reliability of evidence resulting in under-trials still waiting for trial and added that the need of the hour is to process those pending cases to strengthen criminal justice system in the state.

 

Speaking on the occasion, Justice M K Hanjura said that at the first stage of crime important responsibility lies on the crime scene investigators who should have a fair knowledge of the law and they must take extraordinary care in collecting evidence, recording statements of victims and witnesses properly, seal crime scene and make proper reports. He said afterwards it is the duty of prosecutors to understand the sensibility of the issue and critically analyze the case so that the charge-sheet filed is fair and accurate and added that at last, the judiciary should ensure a free and fair trial in the case.  

 

IG Kashmir, S P Pani in his welcome address said that the workshop was conducted with the purpose to sensitize investigators, prosecutors of fair investigation adding that good investigation is important for rule of law. The DIG CKR, V K Birdi delivered the vote of thanks, he thanked the guests for their august presence in the workshop and assured that the department will upgrade the quality of investigation to ensure fair disposal of cases.

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SRINAGAR: Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Baseer Ahmad Khan today reviewed the traffic scenario in Kashmir and sought action taken report on various initiatives undertaken by various departments during the previous meetings. The Div Com said that the progress on streamlining traffic has started to yield dividends and stressed on the need to continue the drive for the benefits to become permanent. He was speaking at the meeting which was attended by DDC Srinagar, IG Traffic, Traffic Advisor and officials from R&B, SMC, RTO and representatives of various transporter associations.

 

The Div Com said that streamlining of traffic stands in one of the top priorities of the government and every step will be taken to make it happen in speedy mode. He directed the transporters to ensure that there is no overloading in passenger bus, drivers and conductors wear the uniform, reserved seats are kept for women passengers, students are given fare concession and buses ply according to a timetable.

The Div Com expressed his concern over the complaints against the passenger buses that they do not adhere to any timeline and take hours even for a minor distance. He directed the officials to ensure that buses travel according to specific time and do not stand on roads even when they have passengers. The Div Com directed the DDC Srinagar to explore shifting of Jehangir Chowk Bus stand to some suitable place so that the area is decongested. Regarding the metering of Autos, the Div Com said that government will look into the demands of auto rickshaw owners and ensure that every auto plies according to the meter in near future.

 

The IG Traffic said that locations are being ascertained for setting up of auto stands. He said that government will not tolerate encroachments and illegal vendors who act as impediments to smooth flow of traffic. The Div Com directed SMC to start massive sanitation drive at Parimpora bus stand. He also directed the RE&B to explore the possibility of redesigning the divider on the Bypass road so that buses have easy access to Parimpora bus stand.

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