Burglars on prowl in Tral; Citizens council threatens protest


Tral—Back to back burglary incidents  have created chaos among the residents of Tral area in South Kashmir’s Pulwama district from last few months.

A few days back , a group burglars struck in the house of Nazir Ahmad Shah in Civil lines area of Tral and decamped with Cash and gold there.

Family members have said that this incident took place at the time, when all the members of family were out of their house for some work.

It is pertain to mention here that such burglary incidents are going on in the main Tral from last few months but no concrete step has been taken so far to nab these burglars.

Meanwhile , Citizens Council Tral, on Friday, expressed resentment against the authorities for failing to nab the culprits, involved in dozens of burglary incidents, happened in Tral sub division of Pulwama , from past few months.

During these incidents,Gold worth lacs and cash from number of houses were stolen by burglars.

In this connection,the core members of the council visited Police Station Tral and discussed the matter with the Police officers there.

While talking to Kashmir Observer, President Citizens council TRAL, Mr Farooq Trali called these incidents very unfortunate and requested the higher authorities including DIG South Kashmir, SSP Awantipora,  Dysp Tral and SHO Tral to intervene into the the matter and nab the culprits as early as possible so that people will not suffer more in future.

He threatened of protests in the town if the culprits are not be arrested.

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