CB Files Chargesheet Against Six Srinagar Residents In Forgery Case

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Srinagar: Crime Branch Kashmir on Thursday filed a charge sheet against six persons involved in a forgery case before the Court of Forest Magistrate Srinagar.

Crime Branch Kashmir in a statement said “The Crime Branch Kashmir on Thursday produced charge sheet in Case FIR No. 55/2016 U/S 420, 468, 471, 120-B RPC against six persons, before the Court of Forest Magistrate Srinagar. “

“The accused six persons are Mymoona Wife of Javid Ahmad Shah resident of Shalteng at present posted as clerk in Srinagar Municipal Corporation, Ghulam Mohidin Dar son of Abdul Rahim resident of Urpash Ganderbal, Mohammad Amin Shora son of Ali Mohammad Shora resident of Darish Kadal Safakadal Srinagar, Bashir Ahmad Najar son of Ali Mohammad Najar resident of Shalteng Pathpora Srinagar, Mohammad Shafi Batloo son of Ghulam Mohammad Batloo resident of Zaldagar Srinagar and Ghulam Nabi Wani son of Ali Mohammad Wani resident of Shaheed Gunj Srinagar.

They said, “The Crime Branch Kashmir had received a written communication, which inter alia revealed that Divisional Planner SMC Srinagar had detected four building permission cases (fast track), wherein the signatures of issuing authority have been forged. It is further alleged that the Health Officer SMC has noticed that the date of birth certificates are fake. Subsequently, a Preliminary Verification was initiated at Crime Branch Kashmir.”

“During the course of investigation, it surfaced that the building permissions and DOB certificates have been issued fraudulently after resorting to forgery. These acts of omission and commission on the part of the accused persons, prima facie discloses commission of offences Punishable U/S 420, 468, 471, 120-B RPC and accordingly the instant case FIR No.55/2016 was registered,” it added.

The court sent all the six accused persons to judicial custody who have been lodged in central jail Srinagar, reads the statement.


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