Handwara: Jammu and Kashmir police have filed a charge-sheet against a lady who was earlier held along with posters of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militant outfit at main town Handwara during a naka checking.
Woman, according to reports, was held last year along with threatening posters of banned militant outfit based in Pakistan.
In a statement police said the FIR pertains to the incident dated October 26, 2019, wherein a lady was apprehended at a naka with threatening posters of militant outfit LeT and other incriminating material at Market Handwara and accordingly she was booked in Case
After conclusion of investigation the Chargesheet has been filed before the competent Court by Handwara Police U/s 20,38,39 UA(P) Act and substantive offences thereof subsequent to obtaining necessary Government sanction for prosecution under UA(P)Act, reads the statement.
The statement furthermore reads that the Chargesheet has been filed against Haseena Begum W/o Mohd Yousuf Bhat R/o Sheeri, Baramullafor being a member of militant outfit LeT, and giving Support to the said proscribed militant Organisation. Handwara police in this regard has registered a case FIR No 281/2019 of Police Station Handwara and had initiated investigation into the matter.
22 Held From A Truck On Highway
Udhampur- Twenty-two people travelling in Kashmir-bound trucks under the disguise of cleaners were nabbed on the Jammu-Srinagar national highway in Udhampur district and sent to a quarantine facility on Thursday, officials said.
During a checking, the district administration and the police caught 22 people disguised as truck cleaners on the Jammu-Srinagar national highway at Udhampur, they said.
Police lodged FIRs against them and all of them were put under quarantine, they added.”We have kept a close watch to understand all possible modus operandi. People are coming without declaring their travel history on entry points, Deputy Commissioner, Udhampur, Dr Piyush Singla said.
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