Walnut Kernels ‘Worth Lacs’ Stolen In Lagama Uri Baramulla
Uri (Baramulla), Oct 10: Unidentified persons are said to have stolen around seven quintal of walnut kernel (girri) from Lagama market in Uri on intervening Saturday and Sunday night.
Reports reaching said that locks of a trade unit, dealing in sale and purchase of walnut kernels, were found broken and the stock found missing. Information was passed on to the local police following which a team visited to assess the spot.
The victim trader identified as Bashir Ahmad Naik has in the meanwhile claimed that around seven quintal of walnut girri, which according to him is worth several lacs has been stolen from the trading unit. “All the stock which I had kept in boxes and crates has been stolen”, Bashir said.
Meanwhile a police official told that some unidentified persons have broken into the shop and lifted the stock. “We have registered case in this regard for due investigations”, the official said. gns
Grand Mufti Nasirul Islam Along With Muslim Ulemas Visits Deceased Sikh Lady’s Residence In Srinagar
Srinagar, Oct 10: Grand Mufti of Jammu and Kashmir, Nasirul Islam and some Muslim Ulemas visited the residence of deceased Supinder Kour, who was killed by unknown gunmen on Thursday inside her school premises, at Aloochi Bagh in Srinagar.
Sources told that grand Mufti along with some other Muslim Ulemas visited the deceased’s home today morning to offer their condolences.
Notably, Supinder Kour along with her colleague was killed by unknown gunmen inside the school premises in Eidgah area of Srinagar.
NIA Raids At 16 Places In Jammu And Kashmir In ‘ISIS-Voice Of Hind’, Bathindi IED Recovery Cases
New Delhi, October 10: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Sunday carried out searches at 16 places in Jammu and Kashmir in connection with two cases– ‘ISIS-Voice of Hind’ case and the ‘Bathindi IED recovery’ case.
The anti-terror agency carried out simultaneous searches in various districts in the Union Territory with the assistance of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and Jammu and Kashmir Police.
The NIA had also conducted searches at two locations in Karnataka’s Bhatkal and arrested key accused Jufri Jawhar Damudi in the ‘ISIS-Voice of Hind’ case.
The case was registered on June 29 this year in connection with the conspiracy of the proscribed militant organization the Islamic State (ISIS) to radicalise and recruit impressionable Muslim youth in India to wage violent jihad against India.
NIA said that ISIS militants operating from various conflict zones along with ISIS cadres in India have created a network by assuming pseudo-online identities wherein ISIS-related propaganda material is disseminated for radicalising and recruiting members to the fold of ISIS.
The NIA had conducted multiple searches in Jammu and Kashmir on July 11 this year in the same case and had arrested three accused– Umar Nisar, Tanveer Ahmad Bhat and Rameez Ahmad Lone, all residents of Achabal area of Anantnag district.
A cyber entity ‘Abu Hazir Al Badri’ a key operative of ISIS who is involved in the translation of ‘Voice of Hind’ to South Indian languages and its further dissemination was identified as Jufri Jawhar Damudi, and arrested on August 6 this year in a joint operation of NIA and Karnataka Police.
The agency said that the cyber ID was also used to radicalise and recruit people.
“Jufri Jawhar is the younger brother of Adnan Hasan Damudi who was arrested for ISIS-related activities in 2016 and is currently under detention in a separate NIA case,” the agency said.
Jufri Jawhar Damudi was in touch with ISIS leadership, currently operating out of Afghanistan-Pakistan (Afg-Pak) region who provided him propaganda material and also gave directions for its dissemination.
“For this purpose, Jufri had created multiple pseudonymous IDs on encrypted chat platforms and was also a member of various online propaganda channels of ISIS,” the agency added.
During earlier searches in the ‘ISIS-Voice of Hind’ case, NIA claimed to have seized a large number of digital devices such as mobile phones, hard disks, SD cards etc.
However, the second case in which the NIA has been conducting raids is linked to Bathindi IED recovery in which the agency had carried out searches on September 21 this year at eight locations in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag, Baramulla, Kulgam, Srinagar, Doda and Kishtwar districts.
The case was initially registered on June 27 this year at Bahu Fort district Jammu relating to the recovery of five kg IED from a Lashkar-e-Taiba militant in Jammu’s Bathindi area on the same day.
The conspiracy by LeT was aimed at causing an explosion in Jammu using the IED. NIA had re-registered the case on July 19, and had earlier arrested three persons in this case.
The investigation has revealed that Pakistan based handlers of proscribed terror outfit LeT and their associates based in J-K were planning militant activities in the Union Territory using the pseudo-acronym ‘The Resistance Front’, an offshoot of LeT, so as to maintain plausible deniability.—(ANI)
Rana, Slathia’s Resignation Accepted: National Conference
Srinagar, Oct 10: National Conference leadership on Sunday said they have accepted the resignation of Devinder Singh Rana and Surjit Singh Slathia.
A spokesman of National Conference told that the party leadership has accepted the resignation submitted by both the leaders.
The exit of Rana and Slathia is seen as a major setback to the National Conference as both had strong influence in the assembly segments represented by them in the past.
Rana managed to win Nagrota assembly segment in 2014 state polls despite BJP sweeping Dogra heartland of Jammu.kno
Farooq Abdullah Distances Himself From PDP’s Demand For LG’s Resignation
Bandipora, Oct 10: National Conference president and MP from Srinagar Lok Sabha Segment Dr Farooq Abdullah on stand distanced himself from the Peoples Democratic Party’s demand for resignation of Lieutenant Governer Manoj Sinha over civilian killings in Kashmir valley, saying they have no stand over the demand made by his ally.
Days after the PDP demanded resignation of LG Manoj Sinha over deteriorating security situation in J&K, Farooq Abdullah distanced NC from the demand.
“We have no stand over the demand for resignation,” he told mediapersons in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district on Sunday morning when asked that Mehbooba Mufti-led PDP is seeking resignation of the LG.
The PDP on Friday demanded resignation of Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha over the recent civilian killing spree by militants in the Union Territory.
“So, for its (administration’s) failures, for not being able to protect the people, for the worsening situation and for working against the people, the PDP demands that Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha has no moral authority left to continue and he should resign. He has failed in his work to provide security and development,” PDP chief spokesperson Suhail Bukhari told mediapersons.kno
Big Setback To National Conference, Devinder Singh Rana And Surjeet Singh Salathia Resigns From Party
Jammu, Oct 10: In a major setback to National Conference, its Jammu face and former MLA Nagrota Devinder Singh Rana resigned from basic membership of the party on Sunday.
Sources told that Rana resigned from basic membership of the party today.
According to sources, former MLA Surjeet Singh Salathia, another prominent Jammu face of NC , is also resigning from the party.
Both, according to sources, are likely to join BJP tomorrow in Jammu.
Rana was considered close to former Chief Minister and NC vice-president Omar Abdullah.
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