Kishtwar Violence, Session Court Grants Bail To 19 Accused

Asif Iqbal Naik
KISHTWAR
Principal District and Session Judge Kishtwar Pawan Dev Kotwal Monday granted bail in favour 19 accused involved in three different FIRs registered at Police Station Padder and Kishtwar.

As per the details available with Kashmir Life Session Court granted bail in case FIR No 152/2013  registered U/S
395/435/427/307/336/332/353/147/148/149/RPC at Police Station Kishtwar in  favour of Mohammed Rafi son of Ghulam Haider, Ashiq Hussain son of Abdul Rashid Ganie, Muzafer Hussain son of Bashir Ahmed, Nissar Ahmed son of Abdul Rehman,  Khursheed Ahmed son of Ali Mohammed, Mushtaq Ahmed son of Ghulam Rasool and Asger Ali son of Abdul Subhan all resident of Kishtwar.

In another case FIR No. 149/2013  also registered at Police Station Kishtwar U/S 435/436/427/336/353/147/148/149/RPC  session court granted bail in favour of Firdoos Ahmed son of Khursheed Bagwan, Ghulam Nabi son Mohammed Ramzan, Sajad Ahmed son of Abdul Gaffer, Amir Ali son of Mushtaq Ahmad , Arif Hussain son of Ghulam Mohammed
Bagwan, Yasser son of Ghulam Hussain Bakshi, Majid Hussain son of Ghulam Hussain and Arshad Hussain son of Ghulam Mohammed all residents of Kishtwar. In a case related to August 10th Padder violence, Session Court granted
bail in favour of four accused involved in case FIR no 16/2013 registered u/s 307/325/147/148/RPC 7/25 Arms Act at Police Station Padder and was identified as Pritam Singh son of Radha Krishan, Kalyan Singh son of Praladh Singh,
Girdhari Lal son of Shahdi Lal and Joginder Singh son of Bheyien Ram all resident of Padder. However police sources informed that majority of the accuse were likely to remain in the judicial custody for their alleged involvement in more
violence related cases. This is for the first instance that Session Court Kishtwar granted bail to any accuse  in
almost 16 cases registered in connection with August 9th and 10th violence at Kishtwar and Padder.
It is pertinent to mention that over 50 persons were in judicial custody, beside court has issued warrants
U/S 512 Cr.Pc against over 150 persons.

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