Booked for fraud by J&K cops, man arrested when he turns up at dist court
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The accused, Jagtar Singh had been booked by the J&K Police for alleged fraud of Rs 6.5 lakh by Bilal Ahmed of Sopore, Jammu, who said that he had sent 1,170 boxes of apples to Singh to sell but he had never made his payments. Singh had come to the court premises to reach a compromise
High drama prevailed at the district court complex in Sector 17 when the Jammu and Kashmir Police arrested a resident of Mohali from the court corridor. The accused, Jagtar Singh had been booked by the J&K Police for alleged fraud of Rs 6.5 lakh.
Singh is a resident of Mohali who had come to the court premises to reach a compromise. However, a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) of J & K Police was already waiting for him in the court complex with an arrest warrant.
The situation turned sour when the advocates started to oppose his arrest by police officials in civil dress and in the court premises. However, the matter was later sorted out at the police station in Sector 17 when they came to learn about the arrest warrant and that the J & K court had declared the accused as a proclaimed
The complaint was made by Bilal Ahmed of Sopore, Jammu, alleging that he had sent 1,170 boxes of apples to Jagtar Singh to sell but he had never made his payments. The J & K police had registered an FIR.
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