Srinagar, Apr 03: The Crime Branch Kashmir on Saturday produced a charge sheet against an accused for making a forged sale deed and ascribing it to the office of sub-registrar Srinagar.
In a statement, CBK said that today it produced a charge sheet in Case FIR No. 30/2013 U/S 420, 467, 468 RPC against Abdul Rashid Haroon son of Fethi Haroon, a resident of Chanapora, proprietor of Shaheen Photostat, before the Hon’ble Court of Sub-Judge Special Mobile Magistrate 13th Finance Srinagar.
“The Crime Branch Kashmir had received a communication from the Sub Registrar Srinagar with an enclosure comprising of a partnership deed which inter alia revealed that the office of Sub registrar Srinagar has received a letter from J&K Bank Branch Unit Bazar Batmalloo, regarding ascertaining the genuineness of a deed of partnership, alleged to have been registered in the office of Sub registrar Srinagar,” the statement reads.
It reads that the communication revealed that some people had prepared the sale deed in a forged manner ascribing it to the office of the Sub-Registrar.
“Accordingly Crime Branch Kashmir registered an FIR to investigate the matter.”
It reads that during the course of investigation, it was found that the accused Abdul Rashid Haroon son of Fethi Haroon had decieved the victims with criminal intention under the pretext of registering their partnership deeds—(KNO)
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