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September 30, 2022 11:02 pm

Woman Fraudster In Budgam Booked Under PSA

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Srinagar- Police on Friday booked a woman under the Public Safety Act (PSA) in central Kashmir’s Budgam district on charges of trespassing and land grabbing

Shoki, wife of Ghulam Rasool Dar alias Las Shikari of Gangbugh Srinagar was booked under the PSA for her unrelenting involvement in criminal/anti-social activities and deceiving/looting the gullible people, a police spokesperson said Friday. The woman, he said, has been continuously deceiving, befooling and looting the gullible people with her craftiness.

“Many a time she was found to be involved in forcibly trespassing the land of people on the pretext of land deals and grabs the same through deceitful means,” the spokesperson said.

The accused, he said, also used to attack land and property owners with the help of her goons and used to threaten common masses of her area to face dire consequences if not allowed such illegal activities.

“The booked lady is wife of a land broker namely Ghulam Rasool Dar @ Las Shikari and these both are acting in hand and glove in selling the land/property on fake revenue documents and subject has also been found in interfering in the matters relating to sale/purchase of land in her vicinity,” he said.

“Her repeated behaviour of indulging in offences and activities had created resentment among the public and turned into a law & order situation,” he added.

The spokesperson further said that the “shrewd and swindling” lady has been detained under PSA after obtaining sanctions from the concerned authorities for her involvement in 7 cases of cheating already registered against her in district Srinagar & Budgam.

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