Like our Facebook Page

Early Times Newspaper Jammu, Leading Newspaper Jammu
Breaking News :   GOI slams admin over lapsing of central grants, leaving projects in limbo | Despite strict directions, many leaders still occupying Govt accommodations | Amid demand of domicile Govt sets up panel to examine recruitment rules | Vigilant villagers force RDD engineers, contractor to comply with construction norms | Despite claims of advancement Khag yet to have SDH facility, huge population pushed to wall | Government scraps Jammu and Kashmir Bank recruitment process | Despite spending lakhs, Community Hall at Tarindi in shambles | Inspection teams to ensure employees’ 100 percent attendance at Panchayat level | Former RAW chief met Farooq Abdullah earlier this month | LG reviews functioning of Technical Education Department | Pulwama attack: Significant leads emerged, breakthrough expected shortly, says NIA | Migratory bird meat selling like ‘hotcakes’ in Kashmir, courtesy Wildlife Deptt slumber | Robroo highlights ghastly ritual of AfPak tribals on forced marriage through VaniDafan | Former Sagipora-Sopore Patwari convicted in graft case | KVIB refutes news report | Mega spectacle “NAVRAS” marks 1st annual day of Genesis International Playway School | FCS&CA dealer supplies ‘rotten’ rice to consumer, inquiry initiated | Senseless violence | Farmers training programme concludes | Civil Defence organises awareness programme | Inter-block chess, carrom tournament held | Jammu Motors launches all new powerful, stylishVitara Brezza | YCET organises Pool Placement Drive | CIS celebrates Kindergarten Graduation Day | Apple Kids celebrate 11th 'Annual Day' | RMPS organises graduation ceremony | Pushp Vatika organises Inter School Dance Competition | GDC Udhampur organises Alumni Meet | RR organises exhibition 'Saqafat 2020' | Shooting of DD Kashir serial "Roshni" inaugurated | Union Addl Secretary releases ‘Himayat Feature’ | Delegation from Arunachal Pradesh visits Sewa-II PS | Plantation drive held at Kishtwar | J&K to start ABC programme to check dog population | Horticulture Department organises farmers’ awareness program | Sangram Sena celebrates Mahashivratri at Prachin Shiv Temple | Prisons Directorate bids farewell to retiring official | Finance Deptt to setup helpline for DBT beneficiaries: Arun Mehta | Rape accused sentenced for 7 years imprisonment | CAPD dealer allegedly supplies rotten rice to consumer, inquiry initiated | Advisor Bhatnagar to hear public grievances at Jammu today | Day chill revisits Kashmir; Rain, snow predicted from Friday | Army Commander presents bravery awards to soldiers at Investiture Ceremony | Army Commander presents bravery awards to soldiers at Investiture Ceremony | Phaghla-Mandi Road’s completion nowhere in sight even after 45 years | Court should be first not last resort for seeking justice: CJ Mittal | PIL seeking guidelines for IPCA: SC reprimands Government for lacunae | Don’t lower guard against Corona Virus: Union Joint Secretary | Communication works for those who work at communication: Pradeep Dutta | Court rejects bail of Addl Secy Culture Academy | CBJ produces charge sheet against accused in cheating case | FDA conducts Food Safety Audit of Sweet, Meat Shops in Jammu | Accused in Pulwama attack conspiracy case gets default bail | Saint Lotus - the man on whose predictions, J&K residents plan weddings, trips | JMC Commissioner visits Municipal Animal Care Centre | Mayor JMC kick starts various development works | PECC urges LG to revisit the unbundling of Power Development department | Ninety-five encroachments along Jhelum, flood channels; 4 kanal land retrieved | Army jawan dies after falling into gorge | Panun Kashmir rejects reorganisation of J&K | HC takes strong note of delay in finalising new jail manual | Dal has immutable, tamperproof Map despite J&K Govt’s loathness | Back Issues  
news details
Court acquits 6 in attack on Police Station
1/21/2020 10:14:41 PM

JAMMU, Jan 21: Principal Sessions Judge Poonch Madan Lal acquitted six accused namely Asdullah S/O Ghulam Mohiu-ul-Din R/O Azmabad Mandi, Mohd Din S/O Lassa Khan R/O Rajpura, Riaz Attash, irdous Ahmed sons of Mohd Asadullah , Farooq Ahmed S/O Abdul Khaliq R/O Rajpura and Mohd Yaseen S/O Mohd Sarvar R/O PLera whereas general arrest warrants issued against Mohd Rafiq S/O Ghulam Mohd R/O Balani.
The brief facts of the prosecution case are that on 22-8-2008 i.e, on Friday accused persons with common criminal intention after the prayer of Friday started agitation in connection with handing over the land to the Shrine Board, instigated 5/6 thousand people of the area and instructed the mob to move to the police station Mandi and Tehsil Office Mandi and attacked these offices with intention to burn both the offices and also attacked the police officials, armed with sticks, iron pipes and gallon of petrol started slogans when they reached near TCP Mandi where police tried to stop them but accused persons pushed the police officials and reached along with mob up to gate of police station where police again try to stop them but accused persons with intention of killing of police officials started pelting huge stones upon them and seriously injured the SHO Abid Hussain, Constables Gulab Mohd, Tariq Mehmood, Bashir Ahmed, Farooq Ahmed, Mohd Razaq, Charanjeet Singh, Tariq Ahmed, Tariq Khan and HC Mohd Younis and encircled the police station for three hours and during this period they pelted huge stones on the tin roof of police station. As a result of which the glasses/mirrors of police station and the vehicles which were parked within the premises of the police station got damaged. Thereafter accused persons namely Raiz Atash and Firdous Ahmed entered into the Tehsil Office from there they thrown out the chairs and accused Farooq Ahmed sprinkle the petrol on furniture articles and accused Asadulah gave a match box to accused Mohd Rafiq who burnt the furniture. Accused Mohd Din and Mohd Yaseen also burnt the furniture etc.
Court after hearing both the sides observed that the investigators who have been produced by the prosecution agency have failed to link the accused persons with commission of offence. Javid Akhter Inspector, Ashaq Hussain and Munir Hussian Shah have failed to pinpoint any role played by the accused persons in the commission of alleged offences. All the witnesses have made the statement only that some of the accused persons were seen in the mob, mere presence of the accused persons out of 5/6 thousand people cannot be linked with commission of offences. In the opinion of the court prosecution agency failed to prove the guilt of the accused persons beyond reasonable shadow of doubt. JNF
  Share This News with Your Friends on Social Network  
  Comment on this Story  
Early Times Android App
BSE Sensex
NSE Nifty
Home About Us Top Stories Local News National News Sports News Opinion Editorial ET Cetra Advertise with Us ET E-paper
J&K Govt. Official website
Jammu Kashmir Tourism
Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board
Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board
Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board
Train Enquiry
Jammu Kashmir Bank
State Bank of India
Passport Department
Income Tax Department
IT Education
Web Site Design Services
Jammu University
Jammu University Results
Kashmir University
IGNOU Jammu Center