Jammu Tawi, December 12
All India Human Right Association (AIHRA), Jammu and Kashmir, appreciated the step taken by Deputy Superintendent of Police of removing the black film on the vehicle of Kashmir University Vice Chancellor Khurshid Iqbal Andrabi other day.
In a meeting of the association here on Monday, its Chief Advisor Rajiv Mahajan said that police officer doing his duty while removing the black film from the window panes of the vehicle, which is allowed for vehicles of Z and Z plus category.
He criticized Andrabi, who despite a well known academician, entered into an argument with the police officer who was only doing his duty.
Appreciating the job done by Dy SP, Rajiv warned State Government and Police Department that if any action be taken against DySP under the any pressure AIHRA to start agitation against the government.
He said in its judgment, the Supreme Court has directed the Director Generals of Police and Commissioners of Police of all states and union territories to strictly comply with the its judgment on the use of tinted glasses in vehicles, or else face contempt of court action.
“The court directed the police forces in the country to charge sheet/ challan all the offending vehicles which continue to use tinted glasses in violation of the law,” he said adding that in addition to that, it also directed the police to take immediate measures to remove tinted materials pasted on safety glasses in the vehicles.
Other members present in the meeting were Sham Lal Bhagat Chief, Raj Rattan Raina President, Anju Koul Advisor, Tej Ram Dogra and Rimpy Kumar Gupta Secretaries, Ved Gandotra and Sumit Sharma Joint Secretaries, Prabhat Kapahi, Madan Lal Chalotra, Chaman Lal Manyal and Pritam Sharma Organizing Secretaries, Satya Bhushan Dubey Secretary Urban, Naveera Gupta Joint Secretary and others.