4 Drug Peddlers, Thief Booked Under PSA In North Kashmir’s Kupwara

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Srinagar- Police in Kupwara have booked 04 drug peddlers & a notorious thief under public safety act (PSA) after obtaining necessary sanction from the authorities, a police spokesperson said Saturday.

In a series of actions, he said, police have seized huge quantity of contraband substances from the possession of four notorious drug peddlers identified as Ashiq Hussain Mir @Ashiq Codeine son of Ghulam Oaudir Mir resident of Muqam Shahwali Drugmulla, Majid Rehman Khan son of Abdul Rehman Khan resident of Gundsnah Hyhama, Gh Nabi Lone (Naba) son of Ali Mond Lone resident of Sarbal Mohalla Guzriyal Kralpora and Atta Mod Khan @Raja son of Amanullah Khan a resident of Halmatpora Check Kupwara.

Accordingly, cases were registered at different Police stations and the accused were arrested. Subsequently, the cases were duly processed and after obtaining sanctions from the concerned authorities, the arrested drug peddlers were detained under Public Safety Act.

Moreover a notorious thief namely Danish Manzoor Zargar @Chota Don son of Manzoor Ahmad Zargar a resident of Tikker Kupwara was today detained under Public Safety Act by Kupwara Police after obtaining sanctions from the concerned authorities for his unrelenting criminal acts of burglary and theft. He was involved in various cases of burglary and theft in the district.

Our consistent actions against anti-social elements should reassure the community members that we are making continuous efforts to keep our society free from the scourge of inimical elements.


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