Wednesday, June 21, 2017

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.

Saturday, May 13, 2017

5 students arrested during Night raid in Watlab Sopore

5 students arrested during Night raid in Watlab Sopore ||       At least Five students were detained during night raid in Watlab Sopore of North Kashmir's Baramulla District. These Students are identified as Majid,Momin,Danish,Yawar R/O: Watlab Sopore.

Shopian shuts for second day against ‘disappearance’ of Zubair

Srinagar, May 12 : Shopian town in south Kashmir is observing shutdown on second consecutive day Friday to protest the ‘disappearance’ of a local youth in police custody.

Zubair Ahmad Turray son of Bashir Ahmad Turay, a popular local youth according to police escaped from Police station Keegam on May 1.

Zubair was last arrested in 2015 on stone pelting charges. He was slapped with Public Safety Act (PSA) and was lodged in different jails.

Local sources said that all shops and business establishments are closed while as traffic was off the roads.

The appeal for the shutdown was announced from mosque loudspeakers on Thursday.

Authorities have deployed police and CRPF soldiers in and around the town “to maintain law and order”.

Monday, May 8, 2017

17 2 2000 Fayaz Nowabadi Hajan

Fayaz Nawabadi, a government renegade and Kukka parray’s right hand, was known to have personally killed more than a hundred Kashmiris who may have been militants, or their distant relatives. Whatever Fayaz wanted he got, apart from Nazima, the most beautiful girl in the village. When she turned him down, he had her abducted and raped until she became pregnant. To prove his power, he then went after her sister too. The distraught family contacted the police. The cops took the details, and then rang Fayaz, who charged into the village market. There he produced the eight-months pregnant Nazima, stripped her and shot her repeatedly in the belly before a large crowd, shouting, “We are in charge, and no one can touch us. This is what you get when you mess with us.” Nazima with her unborn child died. Her sister is still with the renegades.
Once his eyes fell on a new scooter parked in the Safapora market. The scooter belonged to Waseem, a 21 year old. Waseem refused to let go of his new scooter when the Nawabadis asked him to give it to them. Fayaz then walked up to him, and held him by his throat. He then pumped bullets into him. Waseem fell to ground. When a shopkeeper raised his voice, he too met the same fate. One more onlooker was also shot dead. With three dead bodies on the streets Fayaz issued his threat, “People of Safapora, whosever goes against us will meet a similar fate”.
Fayaz after surviving 18 attempts on life finally met his fate on Feb 17, 2000. He was blown up in an IED blast in Sumbal, just a few kilometres away from where he had shot Nazima. According to locals the intensity of the blast was such that his body parts could be seen hanging from the power supply wires.
Via Lost KashmirHistory.com

3 arrested from Shopian

OGW Module of HM busted in #Shopian: Police

Shopian, May 05: A module of three (03) OGW’s of HM cadre who are involved in number of militancy activities and planning to snatch weapon from Security forces and join militancy have been arrested in Shopian by Police Shopian and 62 RR. The module includes;

1. Akeel Ahmad Malla S/o Ab Rashid Malla  R/o Reshipora Hermain.

2. Asif Abdullah Wagay S/o Mohd Abdullah Wagay R/o Reshipora Hermain.

3. Amir Hussain Ganie S/o Manzoor Ahmad Ganie R/o Check Cholena.

The module developed contact with active HM militants Gayas-Ul-Islam Thoker, Abass Bhat and Ishfaq Ahmad Thoker of Shopian and met the militant group at various places including Mantribugh,Hermain and Chakoora and plan  to carry out subversive activities. The Module was provided with one Pistol and 03 grenades to carry out terror activities and snatch weapon so as to join militancy. All the 03 OGW went to Kulgam Bus stand to lob the grenade but did not find any deployment of Security Forces there. Thereafter they tried to do same activity at Anantnag Bus Adda, Railway Station Anantnag and Police Post Behibagh but could not execute the plan.

The Module is also involved in pasting of election boycott posters in Reshipora and Hermain areas. A Motor bike (Passion Pro) belong to Akeel Ahmad has been used in the commission of their activities at many places has been seized. Muneeb-Ul-Islam and Asif Ahmad also went together to Chadoora Budgam and indulged into the stone pelting which took place at Chadoora on 28-03-2017 at encounter place.

Shopian Police while monitoring the activities of ANE’s found the link of Akeel with militants and thereafter in a chain of events others were also arrested. Three   Chinese grenades were recovered at their instance from an orchard at Hajipora In this connection a case FIR No. 91/2017 U/S 7/25 A.Act, 39 ULA(P) Act registered in P/S Shopian and investigation taken up.

One of their associate namely Muneeb-Ul-Islam S/o Gh Hassan Malla R/o Reshipora Hermain is arrested by Anantnag Police  and other associate namely  Owais Ahmad @ Raja R/o Meshipora  is absconding.

Two arrested for murder of PDP leader : Police

*SEK............*
The JK Police today claimed to have arrested two persons and seized the vehicle which was used in the murder of ruling PDP leader in Pulwama last month. PDP district president Abdul Gani Dar was shot dead by gunmen at village Pahoo when he was on his way to Srinagar on April 24..

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Lolab youth Javeed Mir arrested after 7 month

Police detain Hurriyat activist in kupwara.
The man identified As Javid Ah mir s/o Gh Mohiedin mir r/o maidanpora kupwara was involved in 7 cases and was abscond since July 2016.

According to police statement to API Division officer kuligam khurahama  Rafiq lone  apprehended  tehsil president tehreeki  hurriyat javid Ahmed mir s/o GH. Mohiedin mir r/o maidanpora  kupwara .According to police statement the said person was  involved in 7 criminal cases and was abscond  sine july 2016.A police officer while confirming it told API that the said person was considered as key instigator motivator and organizer of anti national demonstrations and protests in Lolab area of kupwara District he added that the said operation  took place under the supervision of SDPO Lolab SHO lalpora and overall supervision of SSP kupwara sh Shamsher Hussain.

Over 2100 cases pending in SHRC..* *‘428 cases disposed off in last 6 months

*SEK..........Over 2100 cases pending in SHRC..*
*‘428 cases disposed off in last 6 months’..*
Srinagar, May 04 ÷ At least 2,179 cases are pending with Jammu and Kashmir State Human Rights Commission while 5,767 cases have been disposed off since the inception of the Commission in 1997.
SHRC is an autonomous state body with quasi-judicial powers tasked to investigate any violation of human rights in the state.
The body was constituted in January 1997 by the National Conference government under the Protection of Human Rights Act.
The officials in the SHRC informed that 7,484 cases have been registered in the commission since its inception.
“Out of 7, 484 registered cases, 5767 cases have been disposed off,” the officials said.
They said that during the period of headless commission, 462 fresh complaints were registered here.
“After Justice Bilal Nazki was appointed as the commission’s chairperson, more 142 cases were registered by the commission,” the officials informed.
Officials said that 428 cases were disposed off since Justice Nazki assumed the charge as chairperson.
Former Chief Justice of Orissa High Court, Bilal Nazki assumed the charge of chairperson of SHRC on November 4 of last year.
The SHRC was without a chairperson since 2011 and later it became non-functional since June 2014 after the last of its members completed their term........

After HC quashes PSA, Maisuma youth Faisal released..

*SEK...........After HC quashes PSA, Maisuma youth released..*
*‘Court bails out Faisal in all 19 cases lodged against him’..*
Srinagar, May, 04 ÷ After the court quashed the detention of the Maisuma youth, the authorities on Wednesday evening released Faisal Aslam Mir who was arrested in Jan 2016 over the allegations of attacking SDPO Kothi Bagh in the year 2015.
According to Advocate Aamir Masoodi who as pleading his case said that the court bailed pout Faisal in all the 19 cases lodged against him on the allegations of attacking SDPO Kothi Bagh on 2015 and organizing the stone-pelting in Srinagar.
Adv Aamir said the 19th cases against him was quashed by the second additional district and sessions judge Srinagar, Justice Sham Lalhal on Apr 26 and directed the police to release him.
Following the quashing of his case, Faisal who was arrested on Jan 01, 2016 was released from PS Maisuma on late Wednesday evening, he said.......

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Son in Tihar Jail ,Father Dies waiting

http://kashmirreader.com/2017/04/23/son-tihar-since-2010-father-dies-waiting-glimpse/

*Sopore police arrested admin of Facebook page JK News Channel.*

*Sopore police arrested admin of  Facebook page JK News Channel.*

April 22: Sopore Police arrested  namely Hamza Farooq S/o:- Farooq Ahmad Dar R/o Gowkadal /Chanpora now- Kanipora Chadoora Budgam who is the owner of Computer shope and administrator of Facebook page Jk News Channel and  posted a news  about the killing of one person in Sopore and injuries to 15 others on 18 April 2017. The news was baseless and false.

The admin of the page was identified as Hamza Farooq who posted the said fake news item  and booked  in case FIR No. 99/2017 U/S 505/120 B RPC and 66 IT act.

It is pertinent to mention that  miscreants  posting rumours on social media like Facebook and whattsapp are put under strict monitoring and such elements would be identified and booked under law.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Shiekh Yoysuf again booked under PSA

A veteran Jama’at activist from Sopore, 80 years old Sheikh Mohammad Yousuf has been once again detained under the draconian law of Public Safety Act (PSA), Jama’at spokesman said in a statement on Wednesday.

As per the statement fresh PSA has been slapped on Sheikh after keeping him under judicial custody for more than three months in district jail Kupwara wherein he was lodged in a fake case by Sopore police after his first detention under the PSA was quashed by the High Court.

“The Sopore police instead of releasing him as per the court directions, under a false case shifted him to Kupwara from Baramullah jails,” the statement said.

Jama’at-e-Islami Jammu and Kashmir vehemently denounced the “inhuman” attitude of Sopore police and impressed upon the release of Sheikh and other political detenues and prisoners. KR

Friday, March 31, 2017

Nocturnal raids continue, 6 arrested in Shopian village

Police has arrested six persons, two of whom have been arrested in place of their sons, during nocturnal raids in Shopian, reports said on Friday. Police raided many residential houses in Trenz area of Shopian in southern part of Kashmir during night and arrested six persons.
Locals according to reports identified the arrested civilians as Shabir Ahmad Bhat, Irshad Ahmad Lone, Bilal Ahmad Teli, Mohammad Maqbool Teli 60 and Ghulam Nabi Bhat 50, all residents of Trenz and Bilal Ahmad Sheikh son of Basher Ahmad Sheikh, a resident of Babe Khdir. Locals alleged that Maqbool Teli and Ghulam Nabi Bhat are aged 60 and 50 years respectively and they have been arrested in place of their sons.
Police were looking for the sons of Maqbool and Ghulam Nabi who were not at their residence so their respective fathers were arrested, a close relative of the arrested said, according to reports.

Sunday, March 26, 2017

135 arrested from South Kashmir

*135 arrested in south Kashmir’*

*In Pulwama district the number of people arrested in last two weeks has reached around 115. Among them is a 65 year old man too. The arrested persons are lodged in various police stations of the district,” claimed a source.*
KHALID GUL

Anantnag : Mar 26 2017

Ahead of by polls for Anantnag parliamentary seat, Police have launched a massive crackdown against youth in south Kashmir by arresting at least 135 youth in past two weeks. Around 115 of them have been rounded up in Pulwama Police district alone, sources told Greater Kashmir.
They said that these youth have been picked up from Karimabad, Kakpora, Lelhar, Tahab, Naira, Mitrigam, Muran , Kongan, Ruhmu and Goosu areas.

Last night, , locals said, in Mitrigam village Police raided several houses and arrested at least a dozen youth allegedly involved in stone pelting and protests.
“The arrested youth were wanted for disrupting law and order in the district by resorting to violence,” a police official said.
“In Pulwama district  the number of people arrested in last two weeks has reached around 115. Among them is a 65 year old man too. The arrested persons are lodged in various police stations of the district,” claimed a source.
While talking to Greater Kashmir Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Pulwama Rayees Bhat said, "Arrested youth were involved in creating law and order problem. About 70 youth have been arrested in Pulwama during past few days".
“In Awantipora police district a youth of Braw Bandian village was arrested by Police  for carrying  election boycott posters. In Shopian district at least 20 youth have been rounded up so far. These people have been arrested from Imam Sahib, Harmain and Memandar areas,” the source added.
The SSP Shopian Tahir Saleem said, “The arrested youth are involved in stone pelting."
In Kulgam, district locals said, at least 3 youth were rounded up in Chawalgam village after PDP workers convention was pelted with stones at Dakbanglow-Kulgam. Three PDP workers had sustained injuries in the attack.  “Police have booked our kin on frivolous grounds and are now delaying their release,” the families alleged. They also alleged harassment during nocturnal raids.

Saturday, March 25, 2017

SARJAN barkati released and arrested

http://www.kashmirreader.com/2017/03/25/sarjan-barkati-released-re-arrested-police/
http://www.kashmirreader.com/2017/03/25/justice-bd-ahmed-new-jk-chief-justice/
http://www.kashmirreader.com/2017/03/25/nocturnal-raids-continue-3-civilians-arrested-shopian/
http://www.kashmirreader.com/2017/03/24/man-held-election-boycott-posters-awantipora/