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JAMMU: Special Judge Anticorruption Jammu Sonia Gupta on Wednesday rejected bail application of two accused namely Mushtaq Ahmed and Nasir Hussain alias Mohammad Nasir, who were allegedly booked by the Crime Branch for issuing fake appointment orders in police.
During the course of hearing, CPO Jawaid Ahmed Khawaja said that petitioners along with others have allegedly issued fake and forged appointment orders on behalf of Commandant IRP 19th Bn, Army Recruitment Officer, care of 56 APO and Commissioner Secretary to Government Health and Medical Education Department, and have received huge amount of money in lieu of those fake orders. “Accused Mushtaq Ahmed has charged approximately Rs. 47 lakh and accused Mohammad Nasir has charged Rs. 13 lakh”, he submitted adding that petitioner Mushtaq Ahmed Choudhary, son of Mir Mohammad is also involved in another case vide FIR No. 104/2017 of Police Station Janipur, Jammu for the offences under Sections 420, 467, 568 and 120-B RPC.
Upon this, the court observed that the investigation conducted so far revealed that petitioners are involved in the scam because huge money has been received by petitioners and others from the persons who became the victims of the fraud perpetrated by petitioners and so custodial interrogation of the petitioners is required to understand the extent of involvement of petitioners and others and if the concession of bail is given to petitioners at this stage it may hamper the course of investigation and there is every apprehension that they may tamper with the evidence to thwart the course of investigation. With these observations, the court rejected the bail application.
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