Srinagar (NVI): Cyber police station in Kashmir today registered an FIR against “some miscreants” for circulating fake and fabricated proceedings of the Supreme Court of India.
A statement issued by the Cyber police reads that it received information through reliable sources that some miscreants with criminal intention have fabricated and circulated a document purporting it to be a record of proceedings of the Supreme Court of India on April 09.
“The document was fabricated in the case titled foundation of Media Professionals Vs Union Territory of Jammu & Kashmir and ANR, in which it has been falsely reflected that J&K Union Territory administration has been ordered to take a quick review within 24 hours and restore full internet communication in the region,” the statement by Cyber police said.
It said that the document is fake and forged from its appearance. “This fraudulent and dishonest action has been undertaken by unknown miscreants in order to mislead public in general and public authorities in particular,” the statement said.
It said that a case FIR No. 06/2020 under relevant sections of law stands registered in Cyber Police Station, Kashmir Zone, Srinagar and investigations have been set into motion.
“General Public is advised not to circulate unauthentic, fabricated or fake information through social media platforms. Any person found indulging in such activities will be dealt strictly under Law,” the statement further said.