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Delegation call on HC Bar Association
8/9/2018 11:00:01 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Aug 9: A delegation of the family members of late Syed Murfad Shah accompanied by the father of the deceased today called on the J&K High Court Bar Association, Jammu in its office.
The members of the delegation narrated the unfortunate incident leading to the death of a young man from their family to the members of the Association, besides, explaining the glaring discrepancies in the story narrated by the police for consumption of public at large vis-à-vis the killing of Syed Murfad Shah in the heavily guarded residence of Ex-Chief Minister Dr. Farooq Abdullah at Bhathindi, Jammu.
They explained facts and circumstances leading to the unfortunate incident of killing of a young man and reluctance of police in lodging FIR despite repeated requests by the members of the bereaved family. They further explained that they are being forced to move from Pillar to post in getting the incident investigated fairly. They further pleaded with Bar to come to their rescue in this hour of grief and pain. They said that they have been cooperating with the police and the administration right from the day of incidence as is expected from a law abiding Indian citizen.
Regarding the alleged allegations of provocative and anti-national sloganeering in the protests being held for seeking lodging of FIR, the delegation urged that all those who are responsible for indulging in raising anti-national slogans cannot be friends of the grieving family and such persons should be immediately identified, booked and dealt with under relevant penal provisions of law as the people of Jammu are Nationalist to the core and cannot allow the peaceful atmosphere to be vitiated at the behest of such like miscreants.
Being a nationalist family, the family members pleaded with Bar to use their good office to convey to those sitting in the higher echelons of power to order a fair and impartial probe by immediately lodging an FIR and conduct enquiry from every angle including terror angle or any other anti-national activity. In case, during the course of enquiry it is established that the killing of the deceased is attributable to a terror angle or any anti-national activity then in that eventuality they firmly pleaded that they would have neither taken the dead body nor buried the same, as Jammu has no place for anti-nationals.
The team of office bearers of the Association namely B.S. Slathia, Sr. Adv. & President, Sachin Gupta, Vice President, Prem Sadotra, Gen Secretary, Mr. Himanshu Sharma, Joint Secretary & Chetan Misri, Treasurer, besides, other members of the Association those who were present are Mazher Ali, Gurdev Singh Thakur, Mohd Zulkernain, Abishek Wazir, S. Baldev Singh, , Nadeem Hamdani, Zahida Parveen, Nidhi Kaila gave them a patient hearing and expressed their solidarity with them.
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