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Kishtwar: Main accused in militancy recruitment released
7/18/2018 10:11:15 PM
Early Times Report
Kishtwar, July 18: In the probe in busting of a Hizb terror module by the Kishtwar police on 1-07-2018, the police informed a court that the main accused in recruiting the teenagers into militancy has been released.
As per details available with Early Times, in response to the bail application filled by the accused Tariq Hussain, son of Mohammad Amin Wani, of Wanipora Mohalla, Sounder, tehsil Dachhan of Kishtwar, the police told the Court of Principal District and Session Judge Kishtwar that it gave benefit of section 169 Cr. P.C to the applicant and released him from the custody. The accused was booked under section 3/13/18-B Unlawful Act in FIR No. 5/2018 registered at Police Station Dachhan and was arrested by the police on 5-7-2018.
The counsel of the applicant stated that the applicant suffered from meniscus tear in his legs and was hospitalized at Bone and Joint Hospital Srinagar from 29-03-2018 to 10-04-2018 and thereafter the applicant has been in regular follow up treatment of doctors at said hospital and as such there is no question of his having been involved in any unlawful activities as alleged by police.
The counsel of the applicant stated that he had voluntarily joined the investigation and during the course of the investigation the police got the statement of alleged persons named in the FIR recorded U/S 164-A Cr.P.C before the Magistrate who have falsified the accusation attributed against the applicant and the same reveals about unfair investigation and the third degree adopted by the investigating agency which speaks volume about the contravention of the guidelines laid down by the apex court in this regard.
While disposing of the case, the Principal District & Session Judge Kishtwar in his order observed that perusal of the police report reveals that FIR No. 5/2018 came to be registered at police station Dachhan to the affect that accused along with another accused Rameez Raja, son of Javed Hussain, of Sounder Dachhan are promoting the terrorist activities in the area by providing logistic support to the terrorists and motivating the youths to join the militancy with the object to harm the sovereignty and integrity of the state as well as to the nation.
The judge in its order further stated that the learned counsel for applicant has submitted that police has at their own released the applicant as such application does not require further consideration.
"The accused has been released from the custody on 14-07-2018 after obtaining the personal bond for appearance. Since the police have released the applicant at their own despite the pendency of the bail application and previous remand orders obtained for police custody. The comment in respect of the genuineness of release of the applicant by police at this state of investigation will affect the further course of the investigation. However this aspect/conduct of investigating officer will be discussed at the time of filling final report/challan," the judge stated in his order while disposing off the bail application of the terror accused.
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