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Awantipora Police arrests 02 bootleggers, recovers 53 bottles of illicit liquor        ,Pulwama police solves theft case within hours, 02 arrested

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November05: Policein Awantipora arrested 02 bootleggers and recovered 53 bottles of illicitliquor from their possession.

Police at a checkpoint established atGalander Pampore intercepted a vehicle Wagon-R bearing registration No.JK03G-9910 with 02 persons on board. They were travelling from Srinagar towardsAnantnag and identified as Bashir Ahmad Baba and Zahoor Ahmad Shah residents ofAishmuqam Anantnag.

Officers while checking the vehicle found53 bottles of illicit liquor which the duo were transporting in their privatevehicle Wagon-R.

When the officers spoke to them they learntof their involvement in bootlegging, transporting and illegal sale of liquor inthe area.

A case FIR No. 57/2019 under relevantsections of law stands registered in PS Pampore. Both the bootleggers have beenshifted to police station Pampore where they remain in custody.

Community members have lauded the effortsof Police and appealed to continue such drives in future as well. Police hasresolved to act tough against anti social elements.

 

Reportsreached to INB that  Pulwamapolice solved a theft case in a shortest possible time and arrested two accusedpersons involved in the commission of crime.

Police Station Litter received a writtencomplaint from one person namely Mushtaq Ahmad stating that some unknown thievesentered into his factory and stole aluminum rods and angles valued at Rs. 50-60thousands.

On this information, a case FIR No. 72/2019under relevant sections of law was registered in PS Litter and investigationwas started.

During the course of investigation,officers investigating the case identified 02 suspects identified as ImtiyazAhmad Tantary resident of Palhalan Pattan and Umar Farooq Ganie resident ofTahab. When the officers spoke to them they learnt about their involvement inthe commission of crime. Stolen property was also recovered from theirpossession. Both the persons remain in custody at Police Station Litter.

People of the area have appreciated theprompt action of Pulwama Police. Our consistent actions against anti socialelements should reassure the community members that we are making every effortto keep our society free of crime.