2004 Defamation Case: Mehbooba, Sagar compromise, in search of dismissal of the case
Srinagar, Dec 7: In wake of coming nearer to one another and being the a part of newly shaped Peoples Alliance for Gupkar Decleration (PAGD), each Mehbooba Mufti and Ali Muhammad Sagar Monday compromised and thru their attorneys filed an software earlier than the court docket of Chief Judicial Justice of the Peace Srinagar stating they don’t have any grievance in opposition to one another in search of dismissal of the case.
Pertinently, in 2004, the senior Nationwide Convention chief Ali Muhammad Sagar had filed a defamation case in opposition to former Jammu Kashmir Minister Mehbooba Mufti.
Sagar, who was chief polling agent of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah through the 2004 Lok Sabha polls, had filed a defamation go well with in opposition to the PDP president, after Mehbooba accused him of rigging elections by indulging in sales space capturing.
Mehbooba had approached the Excessive Courtroom, in search of dismissal of the go well with within the trial court docket. Nonetheless, the Excessive court docket dismissed the PDP chief’s petition and directed the trial court docket to go forward with the proceedings.
The attorneys of each Mehbooba Mufti and Ali Muhammad Sagar filed a joint software within the court docket of CJM Srinagar in search of dismissal of the case. Advocate Shabir Ahmed Khan and Advocate Rafiq Ahmed represented Ali Muhammad Sagar whereas Advocate Jawad Reshi and associates have been current on behalf of Mehbooba Mufti.
Advocate Shabir Ahmed confirmed to information company Kashmir Information Belief that they filed a joint software earlier than Chief Judicial Justice of the Peace Srinagar, in search of dismissal of the case.
“Since both these leaders are together and united thus there is no need to proceed against each other. Both these leaders decided to withdraw the case and work jointly in the interest of people,” Advocate Shabir Ahmed mentioned.
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