Register case against inspector for missing bike: Court

Published: 12th March 2013 09:58 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th March 2013 09:58 AM   |  A+A-

The Nampally court on Monday directed the Bahadurpura police to register criminal cases against the Shalibanda inspector S Maheswar in connection with a missing bike that reportedly belonged to the accused who was arrested in a dowry harassment case.

Jaleel filed a petition in the Nampally court stating that a CBZ bike that was seized by the Shalibanda police was stolen from the police station. Based on the petition, the court directed Bahadurpura police to register cases under Section 420 (cheating), 465 (Punishment for forgery), 468 (Forgery for purpose of cheating) and 471 (Using as genuine a forged document) of the IPC.

Meanwhile, the AP High court granted stay order on the bike stolen case earlier. According to police, Asran lodged a

complaint with Shalibanda police that her husband Jaleel was harassing her. Based on the complaint, Shaalibanda police registered dowry harassment case against Jaleel and he was arrested.

Asran also told the police that her father Afeez gifted a CBZ bike to Jaleel at the time of her marriage and she requested the police to return the bike from Jaleel. With Afeez submitting purchase receipts of bike to the police, who seized the bike from Jaleel, handed over to Afeez.

Later, Jaleel approached a local court in connection with the missing bike in police station. Afeez also approached the High court and obtained a stay order on the issue.  After being released from the jail, Jaleel approached the local court seeking action against Shalibanda police for missing bike incident.

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