Baramulla Family Accuses Police Officer Of ‘Shielding’ Murder Accused

SRINAGAR — A family from Delina Baramulla in North Kashmir Saturday alleged police in charge Delina Choki took bribe from an alleged murder to put the killing of a carpenter case under carpet.

The family members led by its head Shamsuddin Kandil assembled here in press enclave Srinagar and registered a massive protest to attract the attention of media personnel. The family while seeking intervention of police higher ups demanded that Choki Officer Delina should be questioned and asked why he didn’t made any arrest in the murder of a young carpenter and why he didn’t register an FIR to investigate the matter.

“My son Parvez Ahmed Kandil who was a carpenter by profession went missing in April 2018.During investigation, the role of a girl and her uncle was almost established but police let them off. It was the girl’s uncle Bashir Ahmed who showed the dead body of my son. How he knew, Parvez’s body is lying at a particular place. Ironically, police released both the girl and her influential uncle,” Shamsuddin said adding it was also established that his son had made the last call to the said girl.

He said prior to post mortem report, the doctor declared it as a suicide case. “When we demanded investigation of the case and arrests of culprits, the choki officer thrashed us and dragged us out from the police choki,” he said.

The wailing mother who was carrying the photographs of her dead son accused Choki Officer of maltreatment. She said instead of listening to them, the Choki Officer Delina is intimidating them. We appeal DGP and IGP to look into the matter,” she said. (CNS)



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