The Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Srinagar on Wednesday conceded safeguard to previous Chief Minister and National Conference President, Farooq Abdullah in the multi-crore Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) trick which is being explored by Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
Farooq showed up before the CJM Srinagar, Aijaz Ahmad Khan and outfitted a safeguard obligation of Rs 50,000 which was acknowledged by the CJM.
Prior on July 21, the court had rejected the safeguard utilization of Farooq and requested him to show up face to face under the watchful eye of the court and outfit a safeguard obligation of Rs 50,000 by or before next hearing.
On 19 July 2018, Farooq’s direction Advocate Ishtiyaq Ahmad Khan had presented a composite application for concede of safeguard and furthermore looked for exclusion for Farooq’s own appearance before the CJM Srinagar.
The examination for the situation has been finished and all the four denounced for the situation have been conceded safeguard by CJM Srinagar. The following becoming aware of the case would almost certainly occur on August 29.
On July 16, the CBI had recorded charge sheet against Farooq– the then JKCA president, Mohammad Saleem Khan – the then broad secretary, Ahsan Ahmad Mirza – the then treasurer and Bashir Ahmad Misgar – an official in J&K Bank in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Srinagar in multi-crore JKCA trick which came into light in 2012.
The blamed are charged under Sections 406, 168 and 120-B of the Ranbir Penal Code (RPC) for purportedly influencing the games to body a loaning organization and for working numerous false records. The CBI has leveled charges of criminal scheme and criminal break of trust against the four blamed in the JKCA multi-crore-trick.