SIT begins scrutinising untraced reports
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana government on Thursday told the Punjab and Haryana high court that the SIT, headed by inspector general of police (IGP), Hisar range, Amitabh Singh Dhillon has started scrutinising untraced reports prepared by local police in Rohtak district on FIRs registered into Jat quota violence of February 2016.
“Each SP has identified 25 important cases from amongst those allocated for supervision of investigation. It was informed by police officials that the case files had been obtained from the concerned police stations and allocated to investigating officers under their supervision. SP Sirsa is in the process of obtaining these files,” Dhillon told the court.
The SIT is scrutinising 1,105 FIRs including 921 cases in which untraced repots were prepared, but not filed and 184 cases, which are still under investigation.
A total of 1,212 FIRs were registered for arson during Jat quota violence in Rohtak district in 2016.