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Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Police on Saturday came under severe criticism after they portrayed a student from South Kashmir’s Shopian district as one among the nine most wanted militants operating in the Srinagar city in a lookout notice that was released yesterday. The list of wanted militants which was framed by police had portrayed a different “Shahid” as Shahid Khursheed Wani son of Khursheed Ahmad, as wanted militant and he was shown as a resident…

‘Two hand grenades and ammunition recovered’ Srinagar: Seven militant associates of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen were arrested in south Kashmir’s Shopian district, police said on Saturday. https://twitter.com/KashmirPolice/status/1370594389903347715?s=20 Official sources said that during a Naka search seven militant associates were arrested with arms and ammunition. A case Fir no 40/2021 U/S 7/25 Arms Act 18,20,13,33,38 ULAP act has been registered against the arrested persons in police station Shopian. They have been identified as Samiullah chopan, son of Farooq Ahmad…

Srinagar: Police on Thursday claimed to have arrested a JeM militant from Patushahi area of Bandipora and recovered arms and ammunition from his possession. In a statement, police said: “Based on credible information, regarding the movement of militants from Sopore to Bandipora, a joint special checkpoint was established by Bandipora Police along with security forces at Patushahi Bandipora. During checking, one active militant identified as Imtiyaz Ahmad Khan, son of Fayaz Ahmad Khan, a resident…

Awantipora: The Jammu and Kashmir on Monday claimed to have attached an immovable property of a ‘militant associate’ for providing logistic support to militant outfit Jaish-e Mohammad. In a statement, police said that immovable property consisting of a house belonging to a Jaish militant associate was attached in Khrew area of Pulwama district. The statement said that property has been attached in connection with FIR no 03/2020 of police Station Khrew, under relevant sections of…

Srinagar: Police on Saturday claimed to have arrested a man in ‘hit and run’ case in Srinagar and also seized his vehicle. In a statement, police said: “Srinagar police solved hit and run case and arrested the accused involved in the commission of the crime. On 17, 12, 2020, Police Station Shergarhi received information that an unknown  Santro Vehicle has hit a person near Solina who has been shifted to SMHS hospital in critical condition.”…

Pulwama: Seeking a thorough inspection into the case, the father of one of the three youth who police and army claimed were militants and killed in a military operation, on Tuesday said that he will kill himself at Lal Chowk in Srinagar if the police failed in providing the proof that his son was involved in any militancy act. The families maintain their kin were innocent and were “killed in a fake encounter”. The three…

Anantnag: The Jammu and Kashmir police on Tuesday claimed to have busted a JeM militant module in Anantnag and arrested a recently recruited militant and a militant associate during two separate Naka checking. In a statement issued today, the police spokesman said that Anantnag Police along with Army’s 1st RR unit laid nakas at multiple places and conducted intensified checking. “During checking one recently recruited militant of proscribed JEM outfit namely Ayaaz Ahmad Bhat son…

Srinagar: Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kashmir range, Vijay Kumar on Monday said that trio killed in Lawaypora Srinagar were ‘involved in militancy and were providing logistic support to militants’ and police will soon convince their parents with “concrete evidence.” He said that the bodies of slain aren’t being handed over to families in view of the COVID pandemic as people would assemble in funerals and break the COVID protocol. Talking to reporters on the…

Sopore: Police on Saturday claimed to have arrested three people including an Imam for impersonating as militants and collecting money from the general public in north Kashmir’s Sopore. In a statement, police said: “A complaint received from one person (name withheld) stating therein that he has received a letter on the letter pad of Lashkar-e-Taiba wherein he has been directed to pay an amount of Rs 50,000 for the banned outfit, as the organisation is…

Tral: Police on Saturday claimed to have arrested five persons in Tral area of Pulwama district in south Kashmir for pasting threat posters in the area. In a statement, police said: “On January 13, 2021, some threat posters of the militant outfit were found pasted in Seer and Batagund villages of Tral area. Upon the said incident, a case FIR No 04/2021 under relevant sections of Unlawful Activities Act stands lodged in Police Station Tral.”…