Allegation of woman being circulated on social media false: Police

TNN Bureau. Updated: 9/15/2021 3:48:22 PM Jammu and Kashmir

Srinagar, Sep 15: Denying the charge of a woman that she was evicted by police from her house, a spokesman of the Jammu and Kashmir police on Wednesday said strict action would be taken against those spreading concocted videos on social media.
He said, an FIR has been registered against some miscreants for obstructing police in discharging legal duties.
He said some concocted videos of a woman namely Sweety Jan daughter of Abdul Rashid Dar resident of Wuyan have been circulated by some social media groups wherein, she is falsely implicating police of evicting her from the house. The claims of the woman and her relatives in the video are baseless and concocted.
According to police, on September 14, Police Station Khrew received a status quo order passed by the Court of Sub Judge Pulwama, wherein the directions have been passed not to allow the non applicant ( Sweety Jan) and her matrimonial family members to interfere with the property of the applicant till the next date of hearing.
In compliance with the court directions, a Police team along with woman police reached the spot to implement the order . But the family members of the woman Sweety created ruckus and deterred Police team from doing lawful duties, the police spokesperson said.
He said, however, Police team managed to implement the orders of court in presence of respectable citizens of the area and an FIR against the miscreants has been registered in Police Station Khrew under relevant sections of law for obstructing police in discharging legal duties.
Imperative to mention that the matrimonial dispute between Sweety and her husband Bilal Ahmad son of Late Ab Hameed resident of Wuyan is sub judice. The court of Sub Judge Pulwama has temporarily barred the lady Sweety Jan from any kind of interference till next date of hearing, he said.
Police has done nothing wrong by implementing the orders of the court and strict action will be taken against the people spreading false allegations against Police, spokesman warned.

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