Srinagar-Three people were booked under the contentious Public Safety Act (PSA) in North Kashmir’s Baramulla and Bandipora districts for their involvement in anti-national and anti-social activities, police said Thursday.
The trio were slapped with PSA and shifted to jail after obtaining formal detention orders from competent authorities.
Tanveer Ahmad Khan son of Abdul Rashid resident of Taripora Sheeri in Baramulla has been booked under PSA for his involvement in anti-national activities after obtaining formal detention orders from the competent authority, a police spokesperson said. Khan, he said, has been detained and subsequently lodged in District Jail Kathua.
In Bandipora, the spokesperson said, police have also booked two persons under PSA for their involvement in anti-national/anti-social activities after obtaining formal detention orders from the competent authority.
He identified them as Hilal Ahmad Parray and Ab Hameed Parray of Hajin. Both have been detained and subsequently lodged in Central Jail Kot Balwal Jammu.
“It is pertinent to mention here that many cases were registered against them and were involved in anti-national/anti-social activities. Despite their involvement in many FIRs, they did not mend their anti-national/anti-social activities and were again involved in such type of activities,” the spokesperson said.
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