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Hyderpora Encounter: SIT Threatens Legal Action Over ‘Speculative’ Remarks About Probe

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The Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing the Hyderpora encounter Wednesday threatened legal action against political leaders in Jammu and Kashmir for making ”speculative” statements about the investigation.

In a statement issued by the police here, the SIT chairman said the probe team has come across social media posts from political leaders and family members casting ”doubts upon the evidence obtained by SIT so far”. ”These people have tried to call it ‘Concocted Cover-up Story’, ‘Ornamental Probe’, ‘Clean Chit to Killers’, ‘Fairy Tale of Police’ etc.,” it said.

”Such speculative statements from the political leaders tend to create a provocation, rumour, fear and alarm among the general masses or particular section of society. This kind of approach is against the rule of law and may attract appropriate penal provisions as envisaged under law,” the chairman said in a statement.

It said the government had ordered a magisterial probe into the incident, and all such person making statements should have approached the inquiry officer with genuine evidence they have, for corroboration or contradiction. ”The SIT constituted in the instant case is still investigating the matter; all such persons are once again advised to provide any evidence if they have regarding the incident so that every aspect of the investigation is covered and concluded on merits,” the statement said. Meanwhile, the father of Amir Magray, one of the four persons killed in the Hyderpora encounter in Srinagar, rejected the police probe, which suggested that his son was a militant and said he was moving the High Court seeking the return of his body.

On Tuesday, the special investigation team (SIT) of the Jammu and Kashmir Police, probing the Hyderpora encounter, said. At the same time, one civilian was killed by a foreign terrorist, the owner of the building and a local ”militant” (Magray) died in the crossfire after being used as a ”human shield” by the hiding terrorist.

A Pakistani terrorist and three other persons were killed in Hyderpora on November 15, and the police had claimed that all the slain men had links to militancy. However, the families of the three, alleging foul play, had said that they were innocent, prompting the police to order the inquiry.

This was one of the rare operations carried out jointly by the army and the Jammu and Kashmir Police within the city limits.

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ACB traps, arrests Patwari while accepting bribe

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Anti Corruption Bureau received a complaint wherein the complainant alleged that Abdul Aziz Dar, Patwari of Halqa Mufalpora, Tehsil and District Kupwara is demanding bribes for providing revenue extracts.

The complainant alleged that the accused Patwari was adopting delaying tactics and was not preparing revenue extracts which the complainant required for registration of sale deed for the land purchased by him recently. Moreover, had the complainant also deposited the necessary fee of 420 in the form of GR in the Tehsil office Kupwara on 14-02-2022. The complainant also alleged that Patwari had already taken a bribe of Ten thousand from them and demanded more to provide revenue extracts.

Upon receiving the instant complaint, prima facie offence U/S 7 of the Prevention of Corruption Act 1988 was found made out and consequently, a case FIR No. 02/2022 was registered at P/S ACB Baramulla.

Subsequently, a trap team was constituted. The trap team caught Abdul Aziz Dar, Patwari, red-handed while demanding and accepting a bribe of 5000/- from the complainant. He was arrested and taken into custody by ACB Team. The bribe money was also recovered from his possession in the presence of independent witnesses.

Further investigations of the case are going on.

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JKBOSE Class 10, 12 Results Likely in Second Week of February

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The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) is likely to announce the regular annual results of class 10th and 12th, of Kashmir Division, in the second week of February, an official informed on Monday.

Board of School Education Joint Secretary Prof. Aijaz Ahmad Hakak said that the processes involved are in progress.“Results are under process and have to undergo several stages before the declaration. the First stage has been completed and the second one is in process”, he said, adding most probably the results of both the classes will be declared in the second week of February if situation arisen due to COVID goes well,” Aijaz added.

Meanwhile, Director Academics BOSE, Dr Farooq Ahmad Peer, also maintained that results would be announced in the second week of February.

Pertinently, the examinations of Class 12th culminated in the 2nd week of December, while 10th exams concluded in the first week of December last year.

 

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Tragedy averted after scrap catches fire at Hospital

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A major tragedy was averted at the Jawahar Lal Nehru Memorial (JLNM) Hospital in the Rainawari area of Srinagar on Monday afternoon as a fire incident was prevented from turning into a major conflagration, reports said.

According to the sources heaps of scrap in the vicinity of a 1000 LPM Oxygen Generation Plant at JLNM hospital caught fire thereby putting the plant at risk.

The fire also created panic among the attendants at the hospital, sources said.

They said that the timely action by the firemen averted the tragedy and there was no loss of property or injury to anyone during the incident.

 

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