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JAMMU: Deputy Inspector General of Police DKR Range, Rafiq-Ul-Hussan reviewed under trial NDPS cases here on Thursday.
Chairing a review meeting, DIG apprised the police officers that the main objective of this meeting was to discuss the ways and means required to be adopted by the investigating officers for effective investigation of NDPS cases in order to increase the conviction rate. He directed all SHOs to investigate the NDPS cases professionally and follow the SOP laid down by PHQ as well as taking expert advice from prosecuting officers.
During the meeting all under investigation cases of NDPS in the DKR Range were discussed one by one. He issued detailed instructions to SHOs attending the meeting on spot and directed them to have close supervision over investigation in their respective police stations especially in NDPS cases and investigate them professionally.
DIG further directed the SHOs that while producing Challan in NDPS cases before the Court of Law they should ensure that the charge sheet is scrutinised legally by the Chief Prosecuting Officers and Senior Prosecuting officers and verified with comments that the same is fit to be produced in the Court of Law for trial so that the conviction rate is increased and deterrence is also created in the minds of those dealing with such contraband/drugs as well as using them. He directed the SHOs to have a close watch on all the elements habitually involved in dealing with such contraband/drugs in their respective jurisdictions and take strict action against these peddlers.
DIG also directed the SHOs to identify the habitual offenders of NDPS in their respective jurisdictions so that legal proceedings are initiated to detain them under PSA.
The meeting was attended by Ishtiq Bhatti, Chief Prosecuting officer RPHQ Batote; Shoket Ali DySP, S.O to DIG DKR Range; SHO Batote; SHO Bhadarwah; SHO Doda; SHO Thathri; SHO Chanderkote; SHO Ramban, SHO Ramsoo and SHO Banihal.
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