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Fake stamp paper: Directive to take firm action

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Pius C Kuriakose, the High Court judge in charge of the district, directed the investigating officers in the fake stamp paper case to take firm action in booking the culpri

Published: 24th April 2012 06:46 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:43 PM   |  A+A-

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Pius C Kuriakose, the High Court judge in charge of the district, directed the investigating officers in the fake stamp paper case to take firm action in booking the culprits.

  The directive came after the meeting with City Police Commissioner T J Jose who is monitoring the case,  Deputy Police  Commissioner Putta Vimaladitya who is  heading the Special Investigation Team and Sanghumugham Assistant Commissioner K S Vimal, in the presence of Principal Judge B Sudheendra Kumar. The meeting held at the chamber of district judge here, lasted for nearly half an hour.

 The judicial officers of the district court and the sub-courts and the junior superintendent of the District court briefed the meeting on the progress of the investigation.

 Meanwhile, the inspection at the Neyyatinkara Court has confirmed presence of fake stamp papers worth Rs 4000. It is learnt that the fake stamp papers were submitted by an advocate.  Though the first series of fake stamp papers were found in cases involving the financial cases of banks, the latest is in a case of breach of contract.

 The court complex at Vanchiyoor here was  declared a special security zone as it was a holiday for the court for two days including a regional one on Monday. No one was allowed to enter the complex which is under the close surveillance of the police. The entry to the building in the court complex  including the record room will be restricted from Tuesday.



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