STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Ikkjutt Jammu on Wednesday reiterated its demand for holding CBI probe into the incident. The demand was made a day after a local court directed registration of FIR against investigating Police officials. “IkkJutt Jammu stands vindicated. The acquittal of Vishal Jangotra (one of the accused) by Pathankot trial court and registration of FIR against SIT members are two major developments,” Ikkjutt Jammu Chief, Ankur Sharma informed reporters here. Sharma further said that the registration of the FIR against the SIT members was a tight slap on the face of the Lutyens media who repeatedly termed as supporters of rapists those who were demanding a thorough CBI probe into the whole sinister plot so that the world could know the whole truth. Indeed, the Lutyens media played a foul game with the innocent lives and hastened the process of their unwarranted detention, arrests, torture and humiliation. He said demanded unconditional apology from the biased, irrational and intolerant media. Alleging a conspiracy behind January 2018 incident, Sharma urged the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi to order a CBI probe into the incident so that people of Jammu, who have been accused of being pro-rapist, can have a sigh of relief. “A CBI probe is imperative to bring to justice all conspirators,” he asserted. A Jammu court on Tuesday directed that an FIR should be registered against the then SSP R K Jalla (now retired), ASP Peerzada Naveed, Deputy Superintendents of police Shetambari Sharma and Nissar Hussain and Sub-inspectors Urfan Wani and Kewal Kishore. It also directed SSP Jammu to give a compliance report by next date of hearing on November 11. Others present on the occasion were Harish Kapoor, Ashwani Sharma and Tarun Sharma, Advocate.
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