According to the legal notice of which a copy is available with The Kashmiriyat, despite requests to delete the video and resolve concerns, the accused continued harassment, prompting the threat of legal action within 15 days.
Ishfaq initially expressed interest in investing in Curative Survey. After obtaining the prospectus and assuring participation in the business, his behavior took an unexpected turn, the notice read, adding, “Subsequently, Sahil Bashir uploaded a video on social media that reportedly tarnished the reputation of Curative Survey.”
The notice dated 13 December 2023, which was received by Ishfaq on Thursday morning said that multiple telephonic requests were made by Curative Survey to Sahil Bashir, urging him to delete the video promptly and visit their office to address any concerns related to the business.
Despite these requests, Ishfaq allegedly continued to “harass” Curative Survey and used abusive language during telephonic conversations, the company claimed through a legal notice.
The legal notice accuses the of intentionally demanding money through deceitful means, potentially constituting an offense under the penal code
Imran Ahmad, Advocate, has called upon Sahil Bashir to delete the video on social media or respond to the notice within 15 days. “Failure to comply may lead to Curative Survey initiating legal proceedings under relevant sections of the Indian penal code, holding Ishfaq son of Ghulam Mohuddin Dar responsible for all costs and expenses incurred,” read the notice.
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