Srinagar: Handwara row, where the entire tragedy centred a collage girl, whom the protesters were claiming that the security personnel molested and the security personnel declines such allegations, and which has resulted in the battle between the protesters and security personnel and has killed few persons including the rising cricket star too. Now the Girl who has recorded the statements before the Chief Judicial Magistrate- CJM in the concerned jurisdiction and sought to maintain her stand that she was not molested by any army soldier.
The incident involves the last Tuesday, when the protesters allegedly started throwing stones against the security personnel in Handwara, and they were alleging that the said Collage girl was molested by the Security personnel. In response, that security personnel also fired some shots, in which two boys were earlier killed, including the said under- 19 national level cricketer.
Now, it was seen that before the concerned Chief Judicial Magistrate, at Handwara, the Girl along with his father were yesterday at evening time presented and the girl recorded her statements before the said magistrate as per the Police statements.
Moreover, as per the police statements, it said that the girl in her statements before the Judicial Magistrate reveals that on 12th day of this month, “after school hours while proceeding to her home along with her friends she entered in a public lavatory near main chowk Handwara for answering the call of nature”. Soon she came out the said lavatory, “she was confronted, assaulted and dragged by two boys and her bag was snatched among whom one boy was in school uniform,” as per the police officials statements, she told the magistrate.
It was seen that the Jammu and Kashmir High Court earlier asked the Police officials to present the Girl before the Chief Judicial Magistrate and yesterday the said order of the High Court made in the petition filed by the Mother of the girl, was obeyed by the Police officials.
It is notable that the said girl along with her father and aunt was taken in the preventive custody, and as such the Mother moved to High Court seeking release of the girl and her father and also her aunt.