Challan produced against ‘corrupt’ Public Prosecutor


Srinagar:  The vigilance organisation today produced challan of case FIR No. 04/2014 P/S VOk against the then Public Prosecutor Sessions Court, Budgam Sheikh Mohammad Nayeem was produced in the Court of Special Judge Anti-corruption, Kashmir, Srinagar for judicial determination.

The instant case was registered in P/S VOK on the basis of written complaint lodged by Reyaz Ahmad Mir R/o Wanihama Beerwa Budgam with the allegations that a case bearing FIR No. 124/2013 of Police Station Beerwah is under trial before the Hon’ble Court of District & Sessions Judge Budgam which pertains to the murder of his father namely Ali Mohammad Mir R/o Wanihama Beerwah, the charge sheet of which was produced before the said  court against 12 number of accused persons. The said case was pleaded by the Public Prosecutor Sheikh Mohammad Nayeem on behalf of the State, who demanded Rs. 1.00 lac as bribe for pleading the case otherwise he will help and plead in favour of accused persons.

After repeated persuation the accused Public prosecutor agreed to receive Rs. 10,000 as first installment and the complainant desired legal action in to the matter against him.

After registration of Case FIR No. 04/2014 P/S VOK, a trap was laid and the said Public Prosecutor was caught red handed while demanding and accepting a bribe amount of Rs. 10,000/- from the complainant as a first instalment.

The Investigation of the case was concluded as proved against the accused for launching prosecution, the Challan of the case was produced before the Hon’ble Court of Special Judge Anti-corruption, Kashmir, Srinagar. (PTK)

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