Kashimji muder case (2009) High Court rules out CBT Probe

5:18 PM, Friday, February 3rd, 2012

Nousad-KashimjiBangalore: A CBI Probe ordered by a single judge into Mangalore advocate Noushad Kashimji murder was reversed by Karnataka High Court, as under an Act of 1946, govt. consent was necessary for such a probe, as argued by additional advocate general K.M. Nataraj on the issue.

The he bench had CJ, V. Sen and Justice B.V.Nagaratna. Justice Mohan Shantanagouder’s verdict was upset, as of 14-07-2011, where Nusrat Jehan (wife of the deceased) had made the appeal.

The state in a counter-appeal to KHC, contended that Mangalore police had already completed the investigation and a relevant charge-sheet was duly filed. The police cannot be demoralised, the state argued.

He bench ruled that CBI can handle only rare cases, not of everyday.

Kashimji was gunned down in Falnir, atdusk on 9-4-2009. The police arrested 12 persons and sized 3 revolvers and cash of Rs 3.5 lakes. Purushottam Poojary, a senior counsel filed a case against 4 police officers responsible for Kashmiji murder. It was proved false.

Poojary them field a private case in JMFC which is progress.

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