Three Persons Apprehended In Kulgam, Arms And Ammunition Recovered: Police, Grenades, AKs, IED And Other Ammunition Recovered

Three Persons Apprehended In Kulgam, Arms And Ammunition Recovered: Police, Grenades, AKs, IED And Other Ammunition Recovered

Srinagar, October 01: Police on Friday claimed to have apprehended three persons along with arms and ammunition in Malpora Mir Bazaar Crossing in South Kashmir’s Kulgam district.

In a statement to the police said that on the basis of specific information regarding the movement of Antinationals, Kulgam Policealong with 1 RR 46 BN CRPF established Naka at Malpora Mir Bazar Crossing, Qazigund and during checking three persons riding a Motorcycle bearing registration No Jk13D-7659*& Alto Car bearing registration No Jk13E-2492 were signalled to stop who on seeing the search party tried to flee from the spot but they were chased and apprehended tactfully.

The statement further stated that the apprehended person on preliminary questioning disclosed their identity as. Aubaid Mushtaq son of Mushtaq Ahmad Mir, Aadil Jmawal Bhat son of Mohd Jmawal Bhat and Danish Rasool Bhat son of Gh Rasool Bhat residents of Dadsar Tral Awantipora Pulwama.

On their personal search a huge quantity of Arms and Ammunitions including, four grenade, four Detonator, one IED, one IED wire, one Ak-47 Short-01, one k-47 Magzine- 01 No and 30 Pistol Round of 09 MM were recovered from their possession. Also the vehicles used in commission of crime have been seized, they said.

In this connection Case with FIR No. 243/2021 U/s 13,18,20,38,39 ULAP Act 3/4 & Explosive substance Act 7/25 Arm’s Act* has been registered in Police Station Qazigund. Further investigation of the case is in progress, reads the statement.

113 Militants Killed In Current Year, Eight In September

113 Militants Killed In Current Year, Eight In September

Srinagar, Oct 1: Three local militants were killed in September this year in Kashmir Valley in twin encounters in North Kashmir’s Bandipora and South Kashmir’s Shopian district.

Among the scores of CASOs that were launched against militants in different parts of Kashmir Valley, only two turned into encounters, resulting into the killing of three local militants.

At least 4 infiltrators were killed in two different gun fights in Uri Sector of North Kashmir’s Baramulla district in September while an infiltrator from Pakistan was captured alive.

The data available with news agency reveals that among the 8 militants killed in the month of September, one was killed in exchange of fire in Dhori Wali Maal upper reaches of Rajouri forest, 4 along Line of Control in Uri, 2 (Azad Shah of Bagh Bandipora and Abid Rashid Dar of Papachen Bandipora) in North Kashmir’s Watrina village of Bandipora and one (Anayat Ashraf Dar of Keshwa village) in South Kashmir’s Shopian district.

At least three soldiers were also injured in shootout along LoC in Uri.

Besides killing of 8 militants in Jammu and Kashmir in September this year, 2 policemen and a civilian were also killed in three different attacks.

Militants carried out three hit and run attacks in the month of September. A police sub-inspector Arshid Ashraf of Kalmona Handwara was killed in a hit and run attack in Khanyar Srinagar. A police man Bantu Ji was shot dead by militants in Wanpoh Kulgam while a non-local labour from Bihar Shankar Kumar Choudary was shot dead by militants in Nihama Kulgam.

An army soldier also died in a fratricidal incident in Lassipora Sogam area of Kupwara in September this year.

The data available with reveals that 113 militants (including infiltrators) have been killed so for in Jammu and Kashmir till September ending this year. In January 3 militants were killed, followed by 5 in February, 11 in March, 17 in April, 11 each in May and June, 31 militants in July, 16 in August and 8 in September. 

PoK Resident Nabbed Along LoC In Mendhar: Army

PoK Resident Nabbed Along LoC In Mendhar: Army

Poonch, Oct 01: The Army on Friday said that they have apprehended a PoK man, while he was trying to sneak in from Line of Control in Balnoi area in Mendhar sub-division of Poonch district.

An official told that he was apprehended today afternoon and is in the custody of army in a local camp.

Meanwhile, Jammu based defence spokesman, Lt Col Devender Anand in a statement said that it has been informed that a PoK resident has been apprehended by the army troops on LoC in Balnoi along Mendhar river while he was trying to infiltrate.kno

DDC Chairperson, Locals Protest Against Railway Companies In Reasi, Allege Poor Working Conditions For Workers Engaged In Railway Land Works

DDC Chairperson, Locals Protest Against Railway Companies In Reasi, Allege Poor Working Conditions For Workers Engaged In Railway Land Works

Reasi, Oct 01: The District Development Council chairperson of Reasi, along with other political representatives, civil society members and family members of workers engaged by railway companies for railway land works on Friday held a protest demonstration against the administration and railway companies for playing with the lives of workers.

Officials told that the DDC chairperson and others have demanded an audit into the lapses made by railway companies in ensuring good working condition for workers.

They said that in the last four days, two railway workers lost their lives due to poor working condition.

“The insensitive approach of administration and railway companies can be gauged from the fact that an Assam based worker who died yesterday in a railway tunnel and concerned company not even bothered to remove his body from the spot and is even not ready to shift his body,” said DDC chairperson, SS Naag

He appealed to the authorities to ensure that good working conditions for the workers in the area.kno

Chaos Outside GMC Jammu As Police Try To Remove NHM Workers Protesting Against Their Termination, ‘Protest Enters 3rd Day Outside GMC Jammu

Chaos Outside GMC Jammu As Police Try To Remove NHM Workers Protesting Against Their Termination, ‘Protest Enters 3rd Day Outside GMC Jammu

Jammu, Oct 01: Chaotic scenes were witnessed on Friday after police tried to remove NHM workers, who are on protest for the last three consecutive days outside GMC Jammu, protesting against their termination orders.

Officials told that hundreds of police tried to remove the NHM employees who were engaged during Covid-19 pandemic have been protesting for the last three days against their termination orders, leading to chaos.

They said that they are protesting since Wednesday and on Thursday police tried to remove them, leading to chaos.

They said the chaos continued on Friday as well after police and the NHM workers entered into a scuffle outside main gate of GMC Jammu.

According to officials the workers are demanding continuation of their services.kno

LeT Militant Apprehended In Pulwama, Arms Ammo Recovered: Police

LeT Militant Apprehended In Pulwama, Arms Ammo Recovered: Police

Srinagar, Oct 01: The Jammu and Kashmir police on Friday claimed to have arrested a militant of LeT outfit in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.

An official told that Pulwama police and security forces apprehended a categorised militant identified as Shamim Sofi son of Ghulam Mohammad Sofi of Nikloora.

He said that incriminating material including arms and ammunition were also recovered from his possession.

“Pulwama Police & SFs apprehended one categorised #terrorist affiliated with proscribed #terror outfit LeT namely Shamim Sofi S/O Gh Mohammad Sofi R/O Nikloora. #Incriminating materials including arms & ammunition recovered,” Kashmir Zone police Tweeted.kno

Elderly Man Mauled To Death By Bear In Kokarnag Forests

Elderly Man Mauled To Death By Bear In Kokarnag Forests

Kokarnag, Oct 01: A 50-year-old man was mauled to death by a bear when he was grazing his cattle in Soafshali forest area of Kokarnag in South Kashmir’s Anantnag on Friday morning.

Officials told that the man who was grazing cattle in Soafshali forests was attacked by the bear.

“Soon after bear attack him, he was taken to a nearby hospital, where he was declared dead on arrival,” they said.

They identified the deceased as Abdul Rasheed Bhat (50) son of Mohammad Sultan Bhat, a resident of Soafshali, Kokarnag.

Two Women Washed Away By Flash Flood In Rajouri, Searches Underway

Two Women Washed Away By Flash Flood In Rajouri, Searches Underway

Rajouri, Oct 01: Two women were washed away in flash flood when they were working in their fields in Chatyari Bagla village of Rajouri late last evening.

The locals told that the duo was washed away when they were working in their fields near the rivulet.

They said that search and rescue operation was underway since last evening to trace the women.

Rakhama Shopian Encounter Update, Gunfight Ended With The Killing Of One Militant, Search Operation Continues

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Rakhama Shopian Encounter Update, Gunfight Ended With The Killing Of One Militant, Search Operation Continues