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3 arrested for circulating posters: Threats to Panches, Sarpanches in Dooru
SHABIR AHMAD
SRINAGAR, Feb 7: Police has arrested three persons in Dooru area of Anantnag district for pasting threat posters against panches and Sarpanches of the area.

Police has also recovered posters and stamps of the (HuJi) militant outfit from the arrested trio.

Police sources said that three persons Suhail Ahmad son of, Mohammad Yousuf, Mohd Yusuf Khan son of, Mohammad Shafi Khan and Abdul Rashid Rai son of, Ghulam Mohammad Ria, all residents of Chawgund Verinag were arrested from Dooru area.

Police officials said that the trio had copied and printed the letter head of HUJI militant outfit and circulated posters threatening panchayat members in different villages of the area. “After the threat posters against panches and sarpanches appeared in the area, one and a half month ago we lodged FIR number 66 of 2012 under the prevention of unlawful activities act and started investigations.

During the course of investigation we got some clue and finally succeeded in identifying arresting the people involved,” SDPO, Dooru, Murtaza Mir told Kashmir Times.

He said that police has also seized 10 blank posters, two stamps and two computers.

“Fourth accomplice of the trio who is a computer operator is absconding. We are trying to nab him and hopefully will be arrested soon,” SDPO said.

He further said that the wife of one of the arrested persons had also contested Panchayat elections but had lost. “There seems to be a political game behind their unlawful act. Further investigation is on and many more arrests are expected in coming days,” the police officer said.


News Updated at : Friday, February 08, 2013
 
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