CBK Produce Chargesheet Against Accused For Registering Milk Unit On Fake Documents

Srinagar, Mar 30: Crime Branch Kashmir on Wednesday filed a charge-sheet in a case regarding registration of a milk unit with DIC and Sales Tax department on fake documents including PRC, rent deed and I-card.

A spokesman of the Crime Branch said that the case (FIR No: 04/2007) was registered in 2007 under section 419, 420, 423 468, 471, 120-B RPC and the charge sheet was filed before the Court of Passenger Tax and Electricity (PT&E) Srinagar today against accused Irfan Hussain Khan of Samkuchbal Khanyar Srinagar , Javed Salim Mir of Sikh Bagh Lal Bazar Srinagar and Zahoor Ahmad Lone of Nowpora Khanyar Srinagar for hatching a criminal conspiracy, preparing and producing fake documents to register the Milk unit—M/S Aga Milk Products Burzuhama Hazratbal Srinagar.

He said Crime Branch Kashmir received a communication from Commissioner Commercial Taxes J&K, that one Akeel Hussain Misgar of Alamgari Bazar Srinagar has established a unit under the name and Style M/S Agha Milk Products Burzuhama Srinagar and got it registered with industries Department as SSI Unit.

“The said person in league with officials of concerned department got his unit capacity assessed on much higher side disproportionate to the infrastructure facilities with the intention to sell the quantity of assessed raw material (Dry Milk powder) in the open market to evade tax etc,” he said, adding, “On this count, case FIR No: 04/2007 U/S 419, 420, 468, 471, 120-B RPC was registered at Crime Branch Kashmir.”

During investigation, he said, it transpired that accused Irfan Hussain Khan with criminal intention had impersonated himself as Akeel Hussain Misgar of Alamgari Bazar Srinagar and succeeded in preparing fake documents—PRC, Rent Deed, I-Card and affidavit to establish a fake milk factory. “Another accused namely Javid Salim Mir intentionally and knowingly identified Irfan Hussain Khan in the court of law as Akeel Hussain Misgar and prepared a fake rent deed, in furtherance of a well knit criminal conspiracy,” the spokesman said in a statement.

Further, he said, the accused fraudulently managed preparation of fake documents and produced them in DIC and Sales Tax department for grant of registration for a SI Unit.

“As such, the Investigation established that no such milk products unit existed, while fake registration papers were prepared and tax exemption/other benefits were claimed on fake milk products factory by the accused.”

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