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Jammu: In a major breakthrough, Police has foiled bovine smuggling attempts and rescued 108 bovines besides arresting 19 smugglers. Acting on directions of higher authorities issued in wake of 14th February (2 years of Pulwama Attack), all Nakas were tightened by territorial officers.During Naka checking, a police team led by Insp Sumeet Sharma, Incharge Police Post Nehru Market, two suspicious trucks (JK08A-8858 and JK04E-9683) were signaled to stop for checking. The vehicles were being driven by Amzed Ahmed, son of Farooq Ahmed, resident of Sirmarg Manzmoh, Dooru Anantnag and Ch Mushtaq, son of Mohd Din, resident of Maitra Ramban. Their associates namely Tanveer Ahmed, son of Mohd Rafiq, resident of Banihal; Naseer Ahmed, son of Bashir Ahmed, resident of Banihal and Zahoor Ahmed, son of Bashir Ahmed, resident of Banihal were also present in the vehicles.On checking of vehicles, 23 bovines in total were found loaded without legal permission which were rescued and all 5 accused were arrested. In this regard, two cases vide FIR Nos. 44 and 45 under Sections 188 of IPC and 3 of PCA Act was registered at Police Station Gandhi Nagar.In another incident, a police team led by Insp Sandeep Kumar Incharge Police Post Digiana, during a special Naka, signaled a truck (JK03B-9315) being driven by Shoket Ali, son of Mohd Hanief along with his associate namely Parvez Ahmed, son of Idris Ahmed, both residents of Haarpora, Neelfand, Anantnag, Kashmir and a Tata Mobile (JK02CK-0452) being driven by Mohd Sadiq, son of Abdul Rashid, resident of Babliana Satwari Jammu along with his associates namely Irshad Ahmed, son of Kalu Gujjar, resident of Chambial Ramban and Mohd Fareed, son of Karam Din, resident of Babliana Jammu. During checking of vehicles, 17 animals in total were found loaded illegally which were rescued and all 5 persons found involved in the bovine smuggling bid were arrested. In this regard, two cases vide FIR Nos. 42 and 43 under Sections 188 of IPC and 3 of PCA Act were registered at Police Station Gandhi Nagar.Meanwhile, a team from Police Post Phalain Mandaal led by SI Anil Sharma also laid a Naka and signaled a truck (JK02AA-5191) to stop, being driven by Mohd Sadiq, son of Mohd Bashir, resident of Talwara Reasi along with his associate namely Fateh Mohd, son of Shattu, resident of Gadigarh Jammu. During checking of vehicle, 10 bovines were found laden illegally which were rescued and both the persons were arrested. A case vide FIR No 40 under section 188 of IPC and 3 of PCA Act was registered at Police Station Satwari.Similarly, a party from Police Post Beli Charana led by ASI Sanjeet Singh proved its alertness by foiling another bovine smuggling bid in its area of responsibility. During Naka checking, police team stopped two trucks (JK02AH-1255 and JK02AF-7029) being driven by Parvez Ahmed, son of Nazir Ahmed, resident of Karbal Anantnag and Mohd Hanief, son of Mohd Yousuf, resident of Raipur Jageer, Marh Jammu along with their associates namely Abdul Qayoom, son of Mohd Sadiq, resident of Reasi and Rohit Ahmed, son of Mohd Saleem, resident of Wantrang, Mattan Anantnag. During checking of vehicles, 24 bovines in total were found loaded in both trucks, which were rescued by Police team and all four accused were arrested. A case vide FIR No. 41 under Sections 188 of IPC and 3 of PCA Act was also registered at Police Station Satwari.Meanwhile, Police party of Police Station Chenani led by Insp Pushpinder Singh SHO laid a Naka at motor-shed NH for checking of vehicles. During Naka checking, police intercepted 2 vehicles (JK19 7806 and JK19 8188) for checking and found them laden with 25 bovines. Two accused persons namely Nazran Bhat, son of Gul Mohd Bhat, resident of Nowgam and Mushtaq ul Islam, son of Mohd Afzal, resident of Doligam, Ramban were arrested and two cases under relevant sections of law stands were registered against them at Police Station Chenani.In another incident, a team of Police Station Lakhanpur under the supervision of Insp Arvind Sambyal while performing vehicle checking duty, noticed a suspicious truck (UP23T-2724) which was being driven by Mohd Saleem, son of Mohd Ahmed, resident of Nagina Bijnore, Uttar Pradesh. On thorough checking of aforesaid vehicle, 9 bovines were found laden in it illegally. A case vide FIR No. 26/2021 under Section 188 of IPC and 11 of PCA Act was registered against accused at concerned Police Station.
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