Book authored by SSP released in Srinagar


Srinagar—Senior police officers Monday released the book titled “Procedural Lapses/ Ambiguities Vis-à-vis Prosecution/ Acquittals” authored by M.Y Kichloo KPS, SSP at a function here.

Author is presently posted as Staff Officer to ADGP Armed J&K Mubarak Ganie.

L. Mohanti IPS Addl. DGP Armed J&K joined by S.A Watali IPS IGP Armed/ IR Jammu, S.Ahfadul Mujtaba IPS IGP Armed/ IR Kashmir, IGP Railway, Commandants of Kashmir based AP/ IRP Bns and Officers/ officials of Armed Police Headquarter were also present on the occasion.

While releasing the book, L.Mohanti lauded the efforts of M.Y Kichloo for the accomplishment. He said that the book is very informative and beneficial for police officers preferably investigators.

The ADGP said the book is a comprehensive collection and compilation of procedural Laws and would immensely help in guiding investigating officers to carry out the investigation of offences pertaining to bovine smuggling, violation of forest Act-1987, J&K Wild Life Protection Act-1978, Prevention of Immoral Trafficking Act, NDPS Act, Offences of Rape, Offence committed by Juvenile and cruelty against Women etc. The ADGP said that the author really deserves appreciation for this valuable compilation.

The author has the distinction of authoring a book on Cyber Crime. SSP M.Y Kichloo is the first to introduce the concept of Cyber Crime in J&K Police.

His research paper entitled jurisdiction-An issue in E-Commerce was published in International Journal of “Emerging Science and Engineering” (IJESE) by the board of “Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering and Sciences Publications Private Ltd”.


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