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FIR u/s 302: Complainant to approach court to ensure the arrest of 3 Revenue Officials

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Ghulam Muhammad 

Tangmarg, Nov 20, CNS: Days after registration of an FIR against three Revenue Officials, the complainant Tuesday said that he will approach Court of Law to ensure the arrest of accused who according to him are responsible for the death of his mother.

Pertinently, a formal FIR vide number 118/2018 under section 302 RPC stands registered against Tehsildar Kwarhama, Naib Tehsildar Goigam and Patwari Halqa Waripora of Tangmarg area at Police Station Kunzar.

Nisar Ahmed, the complainant in his complaint has alleged that under the garb of removing illegal encroachment the Revenue officials illegally detained and thrashed his father Wali Muhammad and wrought havoc near his house, resulting in the brain hemorrhage of his mother Sara Banoo who was shifted to hospital where she breathed her last. “Tehsildar, Naib Tehsildar and Patwari arrived at our house on the behest of our neighbor and started dismantling the fencing. They beat up the inmates and showered invectives on family members.

The Tehsildar illegally detained my father and maternal uncle and thrashed them. My mother couldn’t bear this humiliation and suffered stroke and died after couple of hours after the incident,” the complainant has alleged.

The complainant Naseer Ahmed told news agency CNS that he will knock at the doors of Court of Law to ensure the arrest of trio who according to him are all influential and are using their Revenue Association to put pressure on the establishment so that FIR could be revoked against the accused.

“A couple of weeks have passed and yet the accused have not been arrested. The accused are using their Union to evade arrest. Everyone is equal before law. Since police have not been arresting them despite a murder case stands registered against them, I have decided to approach High Court,” Naseer Ahmed said.

The complainant alleged that Revenue officials are not only pressurizing police but him as well to get the FIR revoked. “I want justice. They killed my mother and I simply want to see them behind the bars,” he said.

Pertinently, Patwar Association Gulmarg had observed a three day token strike and even had written to SDM Tangmarg to revoke the case lodged against these three revenue officials. (CNS)