Court Asks Cops To Investigate Modassir
The Inspector has also been directed to file the FIR within 24 hours and submit a copy to Shetye and further file daily reports on the steps taken in the matter and also the status of the investigations within 15 days.
Shetye in his complaint had stated that the election notification of Corporation of the City of Panjim was issued duly signed by Modassir in Panjim on 14th February 2011 even though on that particular date, he was in Uttar Pradesh and not in Panjim as he was sanctioned leave by the Governor from 7th February to 14th February.
He also pointed out that the fact that Dr. Modassir was not in Goa on 14th February when the notification was signed can be established by checking the records of his mobile phone.
In another order, the JMFC directed the Panjim Police Inspector to investigate the complaint lodged against Police Inspector Vishwesh Karpe by Shetye and register the FIR within 24 hours and hand over a copy of the FIR to Shetye.
Shetye in his complaint had pointed out that while Karpe had signed a document on 18th July 2011 the same was identified by Advocate Amit Palekar on the previous day namely 17th July 2011 and further notarized by Notary Pronoy Kamat on 17th July.
The JMFC also directed the Panjim Police Inspector to investigate the case of date of birth of Deputy Superintendent of Police Deu Banaulikar and file a FIR within 23 hours.
While the Police Department records show Banaulikar’s date of birth to be 4th February 1956, a school leaving certificate records his date of birth as 8th February 1952.