Tuesday, September 5, 2017

79 WhatsApp groups identified for leading stone pelting in Kashmir: NIA

By Agencies

New Delhi: Following a six-month probe into incidents of unrest in Kashmir, a team of National Investigation Agency (NIA) has identified 117 suspects who allegedly led stone-pelting groups of youths, using WhatsApp groups to spread instructions, according to information.

Sources said investigators have identified 79 WhatsApp groups that are allegedly used to spread messages and gather crowds. Many of these groups have administrators based in Pakistan.

According to The Indian Express, 6,386 phone numbers were found part of these WhatsApp groups. Of them, around 1,000 were found active in Pakistan and Gulf nations. The remaining 5,386 numbers were found active in various parts of the Valley and neighbouring states.

The source said a team of undercover NIA officers infiltrated these groups, and besides intelligence inputs, investigators used technical surveillance, GPS and satellite imagery to zero in on suspects. The NIA is learnt to have prepared a detailed dossier of incidents — this includes pictures.

Monday, August 21, 2017

Mufti Shabir Qasmi

Mufti Shabir Qasmi

Shahid wani arrested from zainpora shopian

Shopian Police and 62 RR and 18 the bn crpf arrested a hizbul militant from zainapora side identified as Shahid ahmad Wani s/o Gh ahmad Wani r/o Kanigam and recoverd 1 Chinese pistol,9 rounds.1 magazine and a vehicle.
Details awaited

Sunday, August 20, 2017

Prisoners taken to court in Srinagar

*Pathribal fake encounter: SC agrees to examine plea of victims’ kin*


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*Srinagar August 20:2017*

The Supreme Court has said it would examine a plea filed by family members of five civilians killed in an alleged fake encounter in Pathribal area of south Kashmir in 2000, seeking CBI trial against the accused army personnel.

The matter reached the apex court after the Jammu and Kashmir High Court dismissed the plea of the family members last year. “Issue notice. Let the matter be listed for final disposal after six weeks,” a bench comprising Justices Dipak Misra, AM Khanwilkar and MM Shantanagoudar said.

Advocate Nitya Ramakrishnan appearing for Nazir Ahmad Dalal, maternal uncle of Zahoor Ahmad Dalal, one of the victims of the alleged fake encounter, said that the army has not conducted the court martial against the accused personnel. She said that Jammu and Kashmir High Court was wrong in summarily dismissing the plea.

Additional Solicitor General Maninder Singh, appearing for the Centre, said he had filed the response to the plea. The bench said it was listing the matter for final disposal after six weeks and issued notice to the Centre, Army and CBI on the plea.

The apex court had on October 7, 2016, asked for the copy of the petition to be served to the Centre, so that its counsel could assist the court. The victim’s kin in their plea had sought resumption of trial before the CBI court after the army personnel were exonerated by the court of inquiry.
In 2012, the apex court had given an option of conducting the trial against the army men either through court martial or criminal court, after which the military had opted for the former alternative.
Dalal had filed the plea against the High Court’s April 27, 2016, order which summarily dismissed the families’ plea seeking criminal court proceedings before a CBI court for the alleged killing of five civilians on March 25, 2000. The CBI had in 2006 indicted five men of the Rashtriya Rifles (RR) for the killing of the five civilians, of whom three were dubbed as Pakistani terrorists responsible for the massacre of 36 Sikhs at Chittisinghpura area of Anantnag district. Two other civilians were allegedly claimed to be unknown terrorists.

The state government had ordered the CBI probe, which on the basis of DNA tests identified the bodies as of civilians. They were identified as Zahoor Ahmad Dalal, Bashir Ahmad Bhat, Mohammad Yousuf Malik, Jumma Khan and Jumma Khan.
The CBI found that the killed persons sustained about 98 percent burn injuries in addition to the bullet injuries, indicating use of excessive and unwarranted force.

“It is impossible for the killed persons to suffer such extensive burn injuries in a genuine encounter. The encounter was staged with a view to obliterate the identity of killed persons,” the plea filed by the families of the five civilians had said.

“The Army by resort to the special procedure under the Army Act has declared it to be a case of no evidence, which finding has been arrived at in a wholly opaque process and in the face of established record,” the plea said.

2 arreted along Animals before Eid Qurbani in Budhal Rajouri

*SEK..........Two persons were today arrested for allegedly trying to smuggle over two dozen bovine animals in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir, police said..*

Mohammad Iqbal and Mohammad Ashraf were carrying 25 bovine animals in a vehicle when they were stopped by the police near Budhal, a police official said.

He said both the persons were arrested after they failed to produce the requisite documents for transporting of the animals.

"They were trying to smuggle the heard and a case was registered against them," the official said......

Monday, August 14, 2017

2 arrested from Budgam

Two Harkatul Mujahideen rebels arrested.
Police today claimed to have arrested two rebels from Handwara area.
A joint team of Handwara Police, 21 RR and 92 bn CRPF during a search operation apprehended two rebels.
Identified the rebels as Younis Ahmed Mir (19) @Sarfraz S/O Bashir Ahmed Mir R/O Sabdan Galwan Pura and Tahir -ul-Islam @Sajad Afgani (21) S/O Bashir Ahmed R/O Muloora Toheed Abad, Shaltang,  Srinagar.
Both rebels belong to Harkatul Mujahideen....

*Footballers who raised Azadi slogans at army tournament arrested*

*kashmir news*

SRINAGAR: Police have arrested two club football players and are looking for the rest who raised pro-freedom slogans during an army-sponsored match at Hanga area of Langate in north Kashmir nearly two weeks ago.

At least two sportsmen have been arrested, while searches are on in thearea for the rest, locals told Kashmir Reader.A resident of Hanga area said that pro-freedom slogans were chanted after the end of the match.

The match was the inaugural match of the football tournament.He said that after the match betweenSher Khan Football club and Hanga Langate, a celebration started during which pro-freedom and pro-Islam slogans were raised. The prize distribution ceremony was cancelled.It was to be attended by army officers and JK Police officers.“The match was played smoothly.

After the end of the match, during the celebrations by the victorious team, pro-freedom slogans were raised. Now, two weeks later, two footballers have been taken into police custody. They were first askedby police to report to a police station.

When they went there they were arrested and have not yet been released. The search for the rest is on. Some of the players have reportedly gone into hiding,” the localsaid.

MLA Langate Er Rasheed told Kashmir Reader that locals should refrain from participating in army-sponsored tournaments. He asked JK Police to not follow the army’s dictates.“Army should not organise any such event and should engage only in activities pertaining to their domain. Iask police not to be party in their hands.

People should also not participate in any such tournament,” Rasheed said. “Regarding the arrests,I will look into it,” he said.The police station house officer of the area, Azam Khan, said he was busy when this newspaper contactedhim for his comments.

Towards the end of 2016, when the summer uprising had calmed down inmost of the valley, the Beighpora locality of Kralgund village falling in Langate area was still restive.

People in this locality continued to sing Azadi songs on streets and from mosque loudspeakers, until police picked up 28 inhabitants of Beighpora in one go, 11 of them froma single clan, to calm the “most volatile locality” in north Kashmi

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Ishfaq kinba Sopore arrested

  in Seer Sopore area of north kashmir's baramulla distt. where police  apprehended a suspected person   as Ishfaq Ahmad Kanna S/o.  Mohammad Shafi Kanna of Jamia-Qadeem Sopore district Baramulla, who recently joined Let outfit. Following Arms & Ammunition were recovered from his possession :-according to police

Irfan Khan Petrole Islamabad booked under PSA, shifted yo Khutua

Anantnag youth booked under PSA, shiftedto Kathua jail

Irfan Amad Khan, 26, son of Bashir Ahmad Khan of Lazibal locality of Islamabad (Anantnag) town was arrested on July 1 for participating in protests.

A 26-year-old youth from Anantnag district of south Kashmir has been booked under Public Safety Act (PSA) and shifted to a jail in Jammu.Irfan Amad Khan, 26, son of Bashir Ahmad Khan of Lazibal locality of Islamabad (Anantnag) town was arrested on July 1 for participating in protests.He was kept under detention in police station saddar Anantnag for various charges and after being bailed out he has now been slapped with the PSA and shifted to Kathau jail in Jammu.This is the second consecutive PSA on Khan in one–and-a-half-year period.In December- 2015, Khan was booked under the act. He has served seven-month detention in district jail Anantang.Khan’s family alleged that police booked him under the act on flimsy grounds.

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

3 arrested from Shopian

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>>  Three LeT OGWs arrested in Shopian ||       Police and security forces arrested three Over Ground Workers (OGWs) of LeT in South Kashmir district of Shopian.

Acting on a tip off, a joint Naka of Police and 62 RR was established near Nagbal in Police jurisdiction of Zainapora. During Naka, three OGWs of LeT identified as Showkat Ahmad Mir S/o Abdul Kabir Mir R/o Chitragam, Waseem Ahmad Sofi S/o Mushtaq Ahmad Sofi R/o Chitragam Kalan and Junaid Ali Bhat S/o Mohd Bhat R/o Sugoo Hindhama were apprehended and 03 hand grenades were recovered from their possession.

During questioning, the OGWs admitted that they were working at behest of LeT operative Wasim Shah and were tasked to lob grenades on Police establishments, cause death/injuries to Police personnel and snatch weapons in Shopian.

The OGWs had also carried out observation of some Police guards to perpetrate terrorist attacks. Shopian Police has registered a case in this regard and investigation was set into motion.

Three Hizbul Mujahideen OGWs arrested in North Kashmir's #Baramulla, two Pistols recovered: Claims Police

Three Hizbul Mujahideen OGWs arrested in North Kashmir's #Baramulla, two Pistols recovered: Claims Police

Thursday, July 27, 2017

20 july Ashraf wani Brentee disappeared after arrest

Man Arrested in Breenti, Family demands whereabouts Featured
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A 44 year old resident of Breenti Batpora  in Southern Kashmir's Islamabad (Anantnag) district was allegedly picked up on the 20th of  July by a joint team of Paramilitary troopers and Special Operations Group of the Jammu Kashmir Police.

According to family sources, Mohammed Ashraf Wani, a local preacher was brought out from his house around 2 30 in the night after being asked for help during a search operation.

"One more person accompanied my brother to secure him, but he was asked to remain inside and my brother was detained" said the brother of Mohammed Ashraf Wani.

Ashraf is 44 years old and preaches in a local mosque in the Breenti area.

The family alleged that after the troopers picked him up, they have been searching him till date.

"We do not have a clue as to where he is. We went to the Police station Achabal to find him, but the Police informed us that he was not there" said his brother, Bashir Ahmed Wani.

One of his family member said, "We at least deserve to be informed about the whereabouts of Mohammed Ashraf."
http://www.thekashmiriyat.co.uk/index.php/2017-03-28-15-01-55/islamabad-ang/item/1255-man-arrested-in-breenti-family-demands-whereabouts

Islamabad Youth Booked Under PSA for the Fourth Time in 8 Years........

Anantnag Youth Booked Under PSA for the Fourth Time in 8 Years.........

KNL-KASHMIR NEWS 24/7

The only earning member of a family has been booked under the draconian Public Safety Act (PSA) by authorities in South Kashmir's Anantnag district.

Family members of the youth, Aatif Hassan said that police booked him under the PSA yet again and have shifted him to Kotbalwal jail in Jammu.

Aatif Hassan, a resident of Deva Colony, Janglat Mandi area of South Kashmir’s Anantnag district was a 'habitual offender' involved in multiple cases of stone-pelting, says the dossier that has been prepared by the police against him.

According to the police from past nine years, about 55 FIR’s stand registered against 28 year old Aatif Hasan in different police stations of the district. This is the fourth PSA against Aatif during the past eight years now.

According to sources Aatif was mostly expressing pro freedom sentiments on social networking sites for which he was harassed by forces so many times.

Local sources said that police arrested Aatif two weeks back when he was coming out of Anantnag District Court complex after a hearing into a previous case.

Locals added that Aatif Hasan was doing his routine pharmaceutical business and rarely appeared in any anti-India protest.

“He was targeted for expressing his pro-freedom sentiments on the social media,” said one of his relatives.

Aatif, the lone bread earner for the family has his old aged parents, wife and a four year old daughter who are totally dependent on him.

"His mother is physically challenged and as such needs extra care and timely medication for which the family will have to struggle even harder," a close relative of Aatif lamented.

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

_Machhil fake encounter case_ *Military court suspends life sentence to five Army personnel*

_Machhil fake encounter case_

*Military court suspends life sentence to five Army personnel*

>>>    Five Army personnel convicted by a general court martial in the Machhil fake encounter case had a sigh of relief as a military court suspended their punishment of life imprisonment, Indi Today reported on Wednesday.

According to the report the armed forces tribunal also granted them bail in the case related to the death of three civilians in Kashmir Valley in 2010 where the accused were dismissed from service and given jail terms.

        Colonel Dinesh Pathania, Captain Upendra, Havildar Devender Kumar, Lance Naik Lakhmi, Lance Naik Arun Kumar from 4 Rajput Regiment and rifleman Abas Hussain of the Territorial Army were convicted in 2014 for human rights abuse.

        *“The armed forces tribunal bench headed by Justice VK Shali suspended the punishment awarded to these personnel and granted them bail in the case,”* Major Anand Kumar and Major SS Pandey, the two lawyers of five Army personnel in the case, told Mail Today.

       *“The suspension of punishment means that the troops would be out of jail while the court would continue to hear the case on the trial conducted by the force against them.”*

      There was a public outcry after photographs of those killed in the alleged encounter were released, as relatives and neighbours of the slain persons claimed that the three men were framed and killed in a stage-managed gunfight and they were not connected with militancy in any way.

One Rebel apprehended In Sopore.

One LeT Rebel apprehended In Sopore.
A joint Naka of 22-RR/179-CRPF & Police Sopore was laid at Fruit Mandi crossing Sopore. During Naka checking one individual namely Basit Najar of Sopore was apprehend and from his possession one Pistol was recovered.

.Police arrest JeM sympathizer..*

*SEK..........Police arrest JeM sympathizer..*

KUPWARA, JULY, 25 ÷ Police Tuesday said that they arrested a sympathizer of militant group Jaish-e-Muhammad from Badra area of North Kashmir’s Kupwara district.

A police official while identifying the alleged Over Ground Worker of JeM as Manzoor Ahmed Bhat Krumhara area of Zachaldar told CNS that a joint operation carried out by Handwara Police, 32 RR and 92 BN CRPF led to his arrest.

He said that a grenade was recovered from his possession.......

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

One arrested in Handwara

One  arrested in Handwara, grenade recovered ||         An over-ground militant worker was arrested in Badra area of north Kashmir’s Kupwara district, police said today. An official said that a grenade was recovered from his possession. He identified the worker as Manzoor Ahmad Bhat, R/o Krumhara area of Zachaldar. The official said that Bhat was working as an over-ground worker of Jaish-e-Muhammad militant outfit. He was arrested during a joint operation carried out by Handwara Police, 32 RR and 92 BN CRPF. A police spokesman said he is being questioned.

Police statement regarding Army thrashing policemen in Ganderbal

Police statement regarding Army thrashing policemen in Ganderbal

During intervening night of 21/22-07-2017 a group of above 30 personnel of 24 RR in civvies travelling in 04 different vehicles escaped forcibly from the NAkA point  established by police station Sonmarg at Poney Stand.  The said vehicles carrying the army personnel, who were coming back after Yatra. Due to the already issued cut off timing and present circumstance it was not feasible to allow Yatries after cut off time.

The NAKA party of P/S Gund Ganderbal headed by ASI Gh Rasool No.26/T stopped the said vehicles as per the directions. However the personnel, who were in civvies without showing any identification came down from the vehicles and started thrashing the on duty officer and other officials, resulting injuries to said ASI on spot. After that army parties of COB Gund and COB Surbraw 24 RR headed by captain Shukla along with the personnel in civvies entered in P/S Gund and thrashed/injured all the police personnel present in the P/S and damaged some records of P/S Gund Ganderbal as well as some belongings of officials.

In this regard case FIR No. 18/2017 U/S 147, 148,307 ,323, 332, 353,427, 120-B RPC has been registered.

*Govt sanctions Rs 5 lakh exgratia to Beerwah youth’s family*

*Govt sanctions Rs 5 lakh exgratia to Beerwah youth’s family*

>>> Government has sanctioned an exgratia of Rs 5 lakh for the family of a youth who was killed in army firing in Central Kashmir’s Budgam district.
Tanvir Ahmed, a tailor by profession was killed when Army opened fire on alleged protesters after the culmination of Friday congregational prayers. Another youth Muhammad Ibrahim was wounded and has been going under treatment in the hospital.
Deputy Commissioner Budgam Muhammad Haroon Malik told news agency that they have sanctioned an exgratia of Rs 5 lakh to the victims family, however, the family has not accepted the same yet.
A case vide FIR number 74/2017 under sanction 307 stands already registered in police station Beerwah against the army.

SC Refuses to Re-open Cases of KP Killings

SC Refuses to Re-open Cases of KP Killings
OBSERVER NEWS SERVICE• JUL 24, 2017 • 251
“You (petitioner) sat over it for last 27 years. Now tell us from where the evidence will come.”
New Delhi—The Supreme Court today refused to entertain a plea seeking probe and prosecution of various persons, including JKLF Chairman Yasin Malik, for offences including murder of Kashmiri Pandits during the height of militancy in the Valley in 1989-90.
A bench of Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justice D Y Chandrachud said that almost 27 years have passed and it will be very difficult to gather evidence in cases of murder, arson and looting which had led to mass exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from the Valley.
“You (petitioner) sat over it for last 27 years. Now tell us from where the evidence will come,” the bench said.
Advocate Vikas Padora, appearing for an organisation ‘Roots of Kashmir’, said Kashmiri Pandits were forced to leave their abodes in the Valley and could not join the investigation and further submitted that the delay was there but neither the Centre nor the state government nor the judiciary took adequate note of it to do the needful.
The organisation has alleged that 215 FIRs had been lodged relating to the murder of over 700 Kashmiri Pandits and none of the cases have reached a logical conclusion. PTI

*DySP lynching case; 20 held so far: IG Munir Khan*

*DySP lynching case; 20 held so far: IG Munir Khan*

>>>   Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kashmir Range, Munir Khan Monday said that that 20 people have been arrested in connection with the lynching of DSP Mohammad Ayub Pandit so far. He added that one of the accused was killed in an encounter in Budgam on July 12.
Khan was addressing a press conference in Srinagar.

     He described the lynching of Pandit as “serious” and the “first of its kind” in the Valley. Khan said investigations were going on expeditiously.

        Pandit, who was posted outside the Jamia Masjid Srinagar in Nowhatta, on June 23 was lynched to death by a mob. Pandit had opened fire in his defence, wounding three people.
       *“Investigation in the case is going on expeditiously and effectively. 20 of the accused have been arrested and more arrests will be made soon,”*Munir Khan said.

     A Special Investigation Team (SIT), headed by a senior police officer, has been formed to probe the attack and submit its report on a fast-track basis. J Seerat:
case of DSP's murder.
1. Juwaiz Khan
2. Samir Khan
3. Mumin JD
4. Khalid Rasool
5. Seerat ul Hassan
6. Dawood Zargar
7. Adil Zargar
8. Iqbal Khan
9. Faisal Khan
10.Arsalan
11. Urooj

Shopian villagers scared to register complaints against army assaults

Shopian villagers scared to register complaints against army assaults
SHOPIAN: More than 15 villages in Shopian have suffered night raids, beatings and vandalism at the hands of army soldiers in recent weeks, but no villager has filed a complaint with the police because of distrust and fear of reprisals.

The attacks by army soldiers have been taking place ever since more than 4,000 troopers along with SOG of Jammu and Kashmir Police launched a major cordon and search operation in 17 villages in Shopian to hunt down the two dozen native militants believed to be active here.

When the army was returning from the operation, a civilian driver was killed when militants attacked the vehicle the soldiers had taken from the Shopian taxi stand. The family of the killed driver has said that the army had used him as a human shield.

The operation faced huge resistance from villagers, with clashes reported from Chitragam, Sugan, Turkwangam, Maldair and some other villages. At Turkwangam and Maldair, the troops allegedly smashed 200 cars, vandalised 150 houses and injured dozens of protesters.

In Maldair, the troops allegedly barged into a residential house where they beat every single inmate, including the eight-month pregnant daughter, wife and another teenaged daughter of Ghulam Muhammad Mir.
“About 30 troopers barged into our house on May 4 and beat us for half an hour. They suffocated my younger daughter (15) with her head scarf, beat my pregnant daughter Rafiya (24) with gun butts and even thrashed my wife (55),” said Ghulam of the assault.

Abdul Ahad Mir, Numberdar of Turkwangam village, told Kashmir Reader that the villagers have not made any complaint in any police station or human rights organisation. “Once a person came here and told us that he is from the police.

He asked about the damage done by army soldiers and the names of persons who were beaten by them. But we didn’t tell him anything as we feared that the named persons may be arrested,” Mir said.

Later, several other villages were attacked by army troopers in night raids. They injured dozens of people and damaged property worth lakhs. The villages include Turkwangam, which was assaulted on two consecutive nights. The assaults left 25 persons injured, including young women who suffered fractures in their legs and arms. Two days later, the soldiers again assaulted the villagers, and damaged several vehicles.

The villages that were assaulted and vandalised by army troopers in the past two months include Turkwangam, Maldair, Chitragam, Kannipora, Nadpora, Wathoo, Brathipora, Sando-Shirmal, Heff, Vehil, Saidpora, Ramnagri, Shamsipora, Chakoora, and Kundalan. Villagers from Turkwangam and Kundlan have accused the army soldiers of looting their shops as well.

Property in Vehil village was damaged soon after some boys burst firecrackers to celebrate the Pakistan cricket team’s win over England in the Champion’s Trophy, which Pakistan went on to win with a huge 183-run win over India.

Gulam Muhammad Mir, Numberdar of Vehil village, said that there is so much fear in the villagers that complaining against the army men is out of the question. “How can we complain to the police? The police and army are brothers-in-arms. They would not listen to us as their job is to beat civilians and create terror among people,” he said.

Villagers of Kundalan, which falls in Nagisharan area where a new army garrison was established on June 20, said that they were forced to chant anti-Pak and pro-India slogans by the army men. When they refused to say the slogans, the soldiers beat up 20 persons in the village.

An elderly person from the village said that army soldiers were “beating people, looting and vandalising property without reason”. “They will get nothing but more hate from the public,” he said.

Recently two new army garrisons were set up in Shopian, one at Nagisharan village on June 20 and the second at Dobipora village on July 18.

Srinagar-based army spokesperson Colonel Rajesh Kalia has said

Six cops hospitalized after thrashing by army men in Ganderbal

Six cops hospitalized after thrashing by army men in Ganderbal
Six policemen, including an Assistant Sub-Inspector, were injured after army men thrashed them for allegedly stopping their vehicle at a check-post in Gund area of central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district late Friday night.
A police official said that some private vehicles carrying army personnel of 24 RR in civvies were stopped at a routine naka in Gund late night.
The army men got down from the vehicles and roughed up the policemen on duty.
The policemen were saved by the locals.
Army men from other adjoining camps reached the police station Gund and roughed up other policemen present there and also ransacked the police station.

Monday, July 3, 2017

54 youth arrested in Kashmir: Police

54 youth planning to join militant ranks arrested in Kashmir: Police

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Police on Monday claimed to have arrested 54 youth during past few months who were planning to join militant ranks.

“With the arrest of four boys from Kupwara, police has arrested 54 youth and foiled their attempts to join militancy, thereby saving 54 families getting adversely affected by the militancy,” said a police spokesman.

He said 54 youth were arrested from different districts of the Kashmir zone during last few months.

“Out of these, 28 youth have been arrested in the districts of Baramulla, Kupwara, Sopore, Handwara and Bandipora of the North Kashmir Range,” said the spokesman.

“Thirteen youth have been arrested in Central Kashmir Range Srinagar while equal number of youth has been arrested in district Pulwama, Anantnag, Shopian, Awantipora and Kulgam of South Kashmir.”

Police arrested four boys who were attempting to cross the Line of Control (LoC).

On 27 June, Police Station Kupwara received information that four boys of village Gulgam had gone missing.

“Following the information, a general alert was sounded across the district and two teams were constituted to trace out them,” said the spokesman.

“During search, one of the teams intercepted these boys near a nallah in dense forest close to the LoC and they shifted them to Police Station Kupwara.”

They were identified as Shahid Ahmad Pir son of Mohammad Amin, resident of Pir Mohlla Gulgam, Wahed Ahmad Gojri son of Mohammad Sultan, resident of Deldjan Gulgam, Zeeshan Ahmad Lone son Ghulam Rasool Lone resident of Tanwari Gulgam and Ubaid Ahmad Gojree son of Abdul Razaq resident of Tanwari Gulgam.

“Though arms and ammunitions are recovered from many of the arrested youth, yet some of them are handed over back to their families after counseling,” said the spokesman.

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Nowhata Arrests

J Seerat:
case of DSP's murder.
1. Juwaiz Khan
2. Samir Khan
3. Mumin JD
4. Khalid Rasool
5. Seerat ul Hassan
6. Dawood Zargar
7. Adil Zargar
8. Iqbal Khan
9. Faisal Khan
10.Arsalan
11. Urooj

BASHIR Baba Rainawari in Gujrat Jail

BASHIR BABA Rainawari Gujrat Jail
  بشیر احمد بابا جو پچھلے ۸ سالوں سے اسیری کے دن گجرات کے سنٹرل جیل میں گزا رہا ہے۔  بشیر کا والد بھی  اس دوران انتقال کر گیا اور اپنے بیٹے کی راہ تکتے تکتے اس دنیاں سے رخصت ہوگیا۔

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Patan youth released after decade


Fayaz Dass Islamabad arrested

14 june :- Islamabad Fayaz Ahmad Dass*``` who was Arrested Yesterday in Bijbehra has been booked under PSA and Shifted to Kuthwa Jail Jammu early morning```.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Two Youth Detained By SOG In Pulwama

Two Youth Detained By SOG In Pulwama..........

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The SOG detained Mir Showkat, who has done B.Tech and Danish Gulzar, who is pursuing MA on the pretext of questioning and are yet to be released. The mother of Showkat told Sources that his son was detained shortly after he came back home after offering taraweeh prayers. “The SOG men raided our house and took my son. They said that their officer wants to talk to him but so far he is with them,” she said and demanded his release. Danish, another youth, was also detained along with Showkat by SOG as they happen to be neighbours. A police officer while confirming the detentions said that the duo is being questioned. He however refused to divulge further details.

Police, Army busts HM Module; 02 Militants, 02 OGWs Arrested: Claims Police

Police, Army busts HM Module; 02 Militants, 02 OGWs Arrested: Claims Police

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Police and Army has busted an HM module after it arrested two militants in Handwara and two OGWs in Awantipora.
On a specific information regarding movement of militants, a joint Naka of Handwara police and 21-RR was laid at Chogal, Handwara during which two persons identified as Mehrajudin son of Gulzar Ahmad Bhat and Obaid Shafi Malla son Mohammad Shafi both residents of Awantipora were caught while moving in suspicious circumstances. The duo was asked to stop but they started running away. The Naka party immediately swung into action and caught hold of them. On their checking a huge cache of arms and Ammunition was recovered, police said in press statement.
During the investigation, they revealed that they had come to Handwara for receiving ammunition and other war like stores for their militant outfit in South Kashmir.
Cyber surveillance unit of JK police also tracked their social media network accounts and found some incriminating material. They were misusing Web-chats to hatch and execute terrorist conspiracies.
Preliminary investigating revealed that these militants were members of an HM militant module who would not only recruit youth into militancy by radicalizing them over social media but also coordinated their training and arranged arms/ammunition.
On the discloser of these two militants two more members of the module working as OGWs were arrested from Awantipora. They were identified as Shahid Ahmad Thoker and Irfan Ahmad Both resident of Awantipora.
Further investigation into the matter is going on.

Forces ‘Beat Up’ Militant’s Family In Kulgam Village;

Forces ‘Beat Up’ Militant’s Family In Kulgam Village;
They will Face Legal Action for Claiming Army Soldiers Beat them: Police

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ANANTNAG: In the second such incident in less than a week, army soldiers allegedly beat up family members of a Lashkar-e-Toiba militant and ransacked their household in a night raid in Sopat village in Kulgam on Sunday evening.
Abrar Ahmad, the militant’s brother who is a cancer patient, has suffered injury in his foot and bruises on his body from the beating by army soldiers.
Family members of the LeT militant, Shakoor Ahmad Dar, who is active for the past eight months, alleged that soon after the evening prayers, army soldiers arrived at their house. “They (soldiers) came early in the evening and took positions all around the house. They did not tell us anything till Taraweeh prayers were over. The army men forced their entry into the house and abused and thrashed us,” Shakoor’s brother and mother said.
Abrar Ahmad said that army soldiers had been harassing the family but this was the first time they came inside the house.
“Since my brother left to join militancy, they (army men) would come and summon us to the camp. But they never did what they did today. They came rushing into the house and started beating and ransacking everything that came their way,” Abrar said.
He said he told the army men that he was a cancer patient but they said he was lying. “They kept on beating me, accusing me of lying. They even told me that I was lying about being a cancer patient,” Abrar said.
The mother of the LeT militant said that the army men threw away everything, including utensils, bedding, crops and food.
“If my son has joined militancy, let them deal with him as they can. But I can’t understand what me, my husband and my other children have done to them. If the chief minister has said that the families of militants will not be harassed, then when are they doing this,” she told reporters.
In the morning as the news about the beating of the family members spread, scores of locals visited the family to express their sympathy. The locals also raised pro-Azadi and anti-India slogans.
A few days ago, men from the police special operations group (SOG) had allegedly raided the house of a slain LeT commander, Majid Zargar , in Quimoo area of the district. His brother suffered multiple injuries from the beating he received at the hands of the policemen.
SSP Kulgam Sreedhar Patil told Sources that the family should come forward and lodge an FIR. “We have conducted no raid whatsoever in the area. If the family says any such thing has happened, they should come forward and lodge an FIR. I suspect some foul play,” Patil said.
“I have confirmed from the Army. They did not carry any operation as well, neither did the police,” Patil said.
He added that the family is trying to defame forces, “despite the fact that we did not carry out any operation, legal action is going to be taken against them”.
Defence spokesman Colonel Rajesh Kalia said that he has no knowledge about the incident.
“You message me the details of the incident and I will get it confirmed from the local army unit,” he said.

113 Foreigners Lodged In Militancy Cases*

*In J&K*

*113 Foreigners Lodged In Militancy Cases*

As many as 113 foreign nationals are lodged in different jails of Jammu and Kashmir in connection with militancy related cases and cross border infiltration. The highest number are from Pakistan, 52.

According to the jail records of Jammu and Kashmir, a copy of which is with Greater Kashmir, “52 people from Pakistan are languishing in jails either because they were associated in militancy related cases or were found crossing the border. Of the 52 people – 51 are male and one female.”

Apart from Pakistan, the data reveals that 14 people from Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK) and 14 Bangladeshi nationals are serving punishment in various jails of Jammu and Kashmir.

From Burma, again 14 people have been convicted for cross border infiltration and militancy related acts and from Nepal 13 people have been kept behind bars.

Inspector General Prisons, Mohammad Sultan Lone, said, “We have not categorized the crimes of these nationals, but they are either involved in militancy related cases or have crossed the border. These two are primarily the reasons of their conviction.”

From Holland, Saudi Arabia and Namibia, one national each are lodged in the jails here and three Chinese nationals are also serving punishment here, making the overall percentage of foreign nationals lodged in various jails of Jammu and Kashmir as 4.26 percent.

However, lock up report of Jammu and Kashmir jails presents a district wise break-up of the militants (including local militants) that have been languishing in various jails of Jammu and Kashmir.

According to the lock-up report, over 19 convicts, 133 under-trials and 101 other detainees associated with militancy related cases are languishing in the jails of Jammu and Kashmir.

In Kot Balwal Jail, 7 people involved in the militancy related cases are serving punishment, 12 in Srinagar jail. 19 under-trials are lodged in Kot Balwal Jail, 41 in Srinagar, 6 in Jammu, 17 in Udhampur, two in Poonch, 1 in Rajouri, 14 in Baramulla, 8 in Kupwara, 13 in Anantnag and 12 in Kishtwar.

Also, 75 detainees are lodged in Kot Balwal Jail, 11 in Srinagar, 2 in Jammu (females), 5 in Kathua, 1 in Uthampur, 3 in Poonch, 1 in Rajouri, 3 in Baramulla, 1 in Kupwara and 1 in Anantnag. GK

Monday, May 15, 2017

Hasan malik of Kupwara slapped PSA 2nd time,.

58-yr-old TeH activist booked under PSA for 2nd time
The lone son of a 58 year old Tehreek e Huriyat activist Ghulam Hassan Malik of Guloora Kupwara on Monday alleged that his father has been illegally detained under Public Safety Act (PSA) despite suffering from many ailments.
Hikmat Malik, the lone son of the incarcerated G Hassan Malik, while speaking to API said that on September 4, 2016 his father was arrested from his home in Galoora and was sent to Kot Balwal jail Jammu under public safety act.
He said, however, on March 16, 2017 the PSA of his father was quashed by the J&K high court. But again after being released from the jail, he was arrested outside the jail premises and sent to police station Handwara.
Hikmat said that his father spent 15 days in police custody and was later sent to judicial custody to Sub-Jail Kupwara. On May 11, Malik was again sent to Kot Balwal jail under another Public Safety Act.
Hikmat while seeking his father’s immediate release said, “My father is suffering from many aliments and is on medicines. My father is being punished for his political opinions, Hikmat said.

Pertinently, the house of Malik remains locked since September 2016 as his wife has passed away some years ago and his only son works as an employee in Srinagar. His daughter is keeping up at her uncle’s place.

1 arrested along transporting animals cow in Rajouri,

RAJOURI POLICE ARRESTED ONE BOVINE SMUGGLER,  RESCUED 07 BOVINE ANIMALS AT NARIAN, CHINGUS.

In the intervening night of 14/15-05-2017, on a specific information I/C PP Chingus SI  Fareed Ahmed under the supervision of Dy.SP Hqrs. Rajouri Sh. Jaswant Singh and I/C SHO P/S Rajouri SP(Prob) Sh. Sudhanshu Verma,IPS laid a special nakas/checking at Narian Chingus. During naka checking Police seized a TATA Mobile bearing registration No.1957- JK02AP and rescued 07 bovine animals. Police  seized the vehicle and arrested a  bovine smuggler arrested namely
Nadeem Khan S/o Mohd Azam R/o Thanamandi.

In this connection, Case FIR No.196/2017 U/S 188 RPC 3 PC Act has been registered at Police Station

9 boys arrested for unfurling #Pak flag at Tourist Resort Pahalgam,

May 15: Police on Monday arrested 9 boys after they allegedly unfurled Pakistani flag at tourist resort Pahalgam in South Kashmir’s Anantnag district.
Police sources told news agency CNS that a group of 9 boys from Budgam and Pulwama district arrived here in Pahalgam for recreation. Sources added that the group of boys attracted attention of crowed of they waved Pakistani green flag.
As the news spread, a police team arrived on the spot and arrested 9 boys, one of them hails from Pulwama while rest are from Bandarpora village of Budgam district.
Police sources identified the arrested youth as Adil Ahmed, Mayeen Ahmed, Muhamamd Israr, Aqib Ahmed, Javaid Ahmed, Shabir Ahmed, Suhail Ahmed, Abdul Wahid and Muhammad Abbas.
A Police official from Budgam district confirmed that they received a call from Pahalgam Police Station about the arrest of these youth.
When contacted, Station Head Officer Pahalgam declined to comment on the issue saying that only SSP Anantnag is authorized to speak on it. Efforts to contact SSP Anantnag didn’t materialize.

9 boys arrested for unfurling #Pak flag at Tourist Resort Pahalgam,

May 15: Police on Monday arrested 9 boys after they allegedly unfurled Pakistani flag at tourist resort Pahalgam in South Kashmir’s Anantnag district.
Police sources told news agency CNS that a group of 9 boys from Budgam and Pulwama district arrived here in Pahalgam for recreation. Sources added that the group of boys attracted attention of crowed of they waved Pakistani green flag.
As the news spread, a police team arrived on the spot and arrested 9 boys, one of them hails from Pulwama while rest are from Bandarpora village of Budgam district.
Police sources identified the arrested youth as Adil Ahmed, Mayeen Ahmed, Muhamamd Israr, Aqib Ahmed, Javaid Ahmed, Shabir Ahmed, Suhail Ahmed, Abdul Wahid and Muhammad Abbas.
A Police official from Budgam district confirmed that they received a call from Pahalgam Police Station about the arrest of these youth.
When contacted, Station Head Officer Pahalgam declined to comment on the issue saying that only SSP Anantnag is authorized to speak on it. Efforts to contact SSP Anantnag didn’t materialize.

Sunday, May 14, 2017

More than 20 students arrested in Sopore in night raids

       Police have arrested more than 20 students in Sopore town and nearby areas in night raids in the past couple of days. The students have been arrested on charges of stone-pelting and taking part in street protests. Police have kept the students at Sopore police station for questioning. Most of the arrested students are from the government degree college and the boys’ higher secondary school in Sopore.
Farooq Ahmad, whose son was picked up Friday night from Nowpora village, told Kashmir Reader that his son is a Class 12 student at the boys’ higher secondary school in Sopore. “Police came to our home at midnight and took away my son. They told us my son would be released in the morning but they have not released him. They are now saying that he is involved in stone-pelting,” Farooq told Kashmir Reader.
“If they don’t release him, his career will be ruined,” the worried father said.
Some parents of the arrested students went to the Sopore police station on Saturday to meet police officers, but their children have not been released yet.
When contacted, Sopore Superintendent of Police Harmeet Singh said that the Station House Officer of Sopore should be asked for information on this matter. Singh confirmed that more than 20 students have been arrested for questioning and will be released after due investigation.