Ex DIG BSF, Ex DSP among six found guilty of rape, two acquitted in 2006 sex scandal

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Srinagar, 30 May :

The Judgement in the infamous J&K sex scandal of 2006 was pronounced today.

The Chandigarh district court has held five people guilty for rape including former DSP and Ex DIG BSF while two have been acquitted including Ex Adv General of J&K on Wednesday in the infamous J&K sex scandal of 2006. The quantum of Punishment will be pronounced on June 6.

Those who have been held guilty for rape are

Mohd Ashraf Mir Ex DSP, KC Padhi Ex DIG BSF, Shaabbir Ahmad Laway, Shabir Ahmad Langhoo and Masud Ahmed.

Those who have been acquitted are Mehraj ud din Malik and Anil Sethi Ex Advocate General of J&K.

The case had nine accused and four survivors.

Prime accused Sabeena and her husband Abdul Hamid Bulla, allegedly ran a brothel in Srinagar, who died during the trial. The police questioned the minors including the alleged kingpin Sabeena. After questioning them, the police gathered the names of 56 people allegedly involved in the scandal, the report said.

The case was transferred to CBI in May 2006 after names of two J&K ministers, MLA’s and other influential men emerged in the case. The Supreme court shifted the trial to Chandigarh court in the same year.

The minors were forced into prostitution and were supplied to top police officials and even to militants who had surrendered. They were paid Rs 250 to Rs 500 in return.

 

 

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