Five youths barred from joining activism in Srinagar: police

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Five youths barred from joining activism in Srinagar: police

Jammu and Kashmir Police said on Friday that five youths had been barred from joining activism in Srinagar district in central Kashmir.

posted on Jul 15, 2022 | Author RK Online Office



Jammu and Kashmir Police said on Friday that five youths had been barred from joining activism in Srinagar district in central Kashmir.

In a statement released to the media here, the police spokesperson said that on July 08 Kralkhud police station received information through reliable sources that a group of disbelievers gathered on the Babademb Naqashpora land and called a meeting.

The police spokesman further said that according to reports, the group included Bilal Ahmad Malla, son of Mohammad Sideeq Malla, resident of Siver Harden Lolab, Haseeb Farooq, son of Farooq Ahmad Bhat, resident of Prichoo Pulwama, Shah Fahad Shabir, son of Shabir Ahmad Teli, resident of Tang pona Pulwama and Reyaz Ahmad Mughal son of Abdul Rasheed Mughal resident of Reshiwari Aawoora kupwara.

The group has a known history of being linked to the TRF wing of the militant LeT outfit and is known to have had telephone conversations with their militant handlers at the POK. Also, according to reports, the entire group was with the aim of joining the ranks of militants anytime after Eid al-Adha, he said.

Since these activities of the said group were detrimental to the security of the country, and given the reliable information on their efforts to join the militant ranks, they were arrested on the spot, he said.

Based on further investigation, another defendant was arrested. He was identified as Mohd Imroz Dar, son of Bundroo Pulwama resident Fayaz Ahmed Dar, who was also trying to join the ranks of the militants, they said.

As a result, FIR Case No. 22/2022 US 13 UAPA has been filed at Kralkhud Police Station and further investigation has been initiated, the statement said.

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