The Supreme Court on Monday stretched out the assurance conceded to Major Aditya Kumar in the Shopian terminating case till August 21 while hearing a request of documented by Lieutenant Colonel Karamveer Singh, father of Major Aditya.
Lt. Col Karamveer Singh documented the request of to subdue the Jammu and Kashmir police’s FIR against his child.
The request of was heard by a three-judge seat of the zenith court, headed by Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra. The major and his dad declined to make any remarks with respect to the case.
In a prior hearing, the Jammu and Kashmir government, in its oath, had expressed that there was no bar for enlisting FIRs or starting any examination against Army staff.
The Jammu and Kashmir police enrolled a FIR against Major Aditya for his charged contribution in the terminating episode at Shopian on January 27, where three regular people were slaughtered after Army work force let go at a stone-pelting crowd of nonconformists.
It had submitted to the zenith court that Singh’s request of isn’t viable and ought not be heard by the court. They likewise said that the applicant, Singh, had no locus standi for the situation and in this way his request of ought not be heard.
More than 200 dissenters pelted stones at the Army guard, following which the Army work force let go in self-preservation.
From that point, the state police recorded a FIR under areas 302 (kill) and 307 (endeavor to kill) of Indian Penal Code (IPC) against the Major and his Army unit of 10 Garhwal Rifles.
The following hearing for the situation will be hung on August 21.