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Rasana case: Court directs SSP Jammu to register FIR against SIT members for torturing innocent youth
Trio from Kathua were coerced to give false statement against Vishal Jangotra
10/22/2019 11:43:41 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Oct 22: City Judge Jammu Prem Sagar today directed SSP Jammu to registered FIR against team members of the SIT who had investigated the infamous Rasana case. These directions have been given in response to the complaint filed by three youth namely Sachin Sharma, Neeraj Sharma and Sahil Sharma, who were allegedly tortured, humiliated and threatened by the SIT members to give false statement against Vishal Jangotra.
The trio has filed complaint seeking directions to SHO Pacca Danga to registered FIR against non-applicants under section 194 RPC and other relevant provisions of law against R K Jalla (Ex- S.S.P Crime Branch, Jammu), Peerzada Naveed, (Addl Superintendent of Police Crime Branch, Jammu), Shetambari Sharma (Dy.S.P Crime Branch Jammu), Nassir Hussain, (Dy.S.P Crime Branch Jammu), Urfan Wani and Kewal Kishore.
City Judge Jammu Prem Sagar today directed SSP Jammu to register FIR against the non-applicants under relevant provisions of law and report compliance by next date of hearing on November 11.
City Judge Jammu after hearing advocates Ankur Sharma and Tarun Sharma for the complainant observed that facts of the complaint were that the applicant had filed a complaint before SHO Pacca Danga Jammu on 24-09-2019 seeking registration of FIR U/s 194 RPC and other relevant provisions of law against all the non-applicants who were members of SIT investigating the case under FIR No. 10 of 2018 dated 12-01-2018 registered under section 363/343/367-D/302/201 and 120-B RPC at Police Station Hira Nagar Kathua. The applicants had sought the registration of FIR against the above named non-applicants on the ground that the above named applicants were being forced/tortured/coerced by all the non-applicants mentioned above to depose and create false evidence against accused Vishal Jangotra in the FIR No. 10 of 2018.
The trio alleged that SIT team had committed atrocities and inflicted torture upon them by the non-applicants to create false evidence against one Vishal Jangotra, who was falsely implicated in the above mentioned FIR at the behest of non-applicants for the reasons best known to them, already, stands acquitted by the trial Court Pathankot and has been exonerated from all the charges levied against him. This further concretizes that the applicants were deliberately tortured and compelled to depose false statements against Vishal Jangotra thus depicting the malafide on part of the non-applicants, whereby, false evidence was created in pursuant to the very well hatched conspiracy by the non-applicants.
As neither SHO Pacca Danga nor SSP Jammu have taken note for their complaints, the three youth approached the Court for getting FIR registered.
In the application it has been submitted that the applicants had sought the registration of F.I.R against the above named non- applicants on the ground that the above named applicants were being forced/tortured/coerced by all the non-applicants mentioned above to depose and create false evidence against accused Vishal Jangotra.
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