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Police justifies arrest of militant’s mother in Shopian  

June 29, 2020 | BK News Service/Shopian

 

Police have arrested the mother of a slain militant Tauseef Ahmed in South Kashmir’s Shopian district while it says the sister of the slain militant is too wanted in an FIR registered against the mother-daughter duo.
Tauseef was killed along with Hizb Commander Sadam Paddar and Kashmir University Professor Muhammad Rafi in Badigam Zainpora area of Shopian in May 2018. Five militants were killed in that bloody encounter.
Police said that the mother of slain militant Naseema Banoo of Rampora Qaimoh was arrested on 20 June in a criminal case.
“An FIR vide number 30 of 2018 under sections 13B, 17, 18, 18B, 19, 39 of Unlawful Activities Prevention Act stands registered in this regard.
Police said that the arrest was done in compliance of provisions of law and she has been under legally sanctioned custody in women police station Anantnag ever since her arrest.
Police said that the arrested person is involved in a serious criminal case. The photo of the arrested woman in which she is toting an automatic weapon and posing next to her son who was an active militant at the time speaks it all.
“The photo is just the beginning of her criminal involvements. She is involved in much more serious offences and her role has surfaced in recruiting at least 2 youth into militant ranks, arranging arms ammunition, communication and logistics for militants and militant organizations,” police said.
“Just because she happens to be a woman or the mother of a killed militant does not make her immune to arrest. It is the prime duty of the police to arrest criminals to safeguard the people it serves and that are what it has done. Anyone who wishes to challenge the decision is free to approach the court of law for redressal,” police said.
Police further said that many social media posts have been generated and shared which have twisted the facts of the matter in order to cause disturbance of peace and tranquility. “Police has taken cognizance of the matter and anyone trying to instigate others through whatsoever means will be prosecuted against.” (KNT)
Meanwhile,Reacting to criticism over detention of the mother of a slain militant in south Kashmir district of Kulgam, Inspector General of Police (IGP) Vijay Kumar on Sunday said that police doesn’t target families of militants without evidence.
Kumar said sister of active militant Abbas Sheikh and mother of killed militant Naseema Banoo were arrested on June 20, 2020 for FIR no 30 of 2018 registered under sections 13B, 17, 18, 18B, 19, 39 of Unlawful Activities Prevention Act.
The IGP said they were also involvement in recruiting youth into militant ranks.
Banoo’s son was killed on May 6, 2018 along with Kashmir University assistant professor Muhammad Rafi Butt and three others in Shopian.
Police on Sunday issued clarification about the arrest of the woman after facing criticism over her detention on social media, saying that many online posts have been generated and shared which have twisted the facts of the matter in order to cause disturbance of peace and tranquility.
A police spokesperson said the arrested person is involved in a serious criminal case. “The photograph of the arrested woman in which she is toting an automatic weapon and posing next to her son, who was an active militant at the time speaks it all,” he said.
He said she is involved in much more serious offences and her role has surfaced in recruiting at least two youth into militant ranks, arranging arms ammunition, communication and logistics for militants.

 

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Police justifies arrest of militant’s mother in Shopian  

June 29, 2020 | BK News Service/Shopian

 

Police have arrested the mother of a slain militant Tauseef Ahmed in South Kashmir’s Shopian district while it says the sister of the slain militant is too wanted in an FIR registered against the mother-daughter duo.
Tauseef was killed along with Hizb Commander Sadam Paddar and Kashmir University Professor Muhammad Rafi in Badigam Zainpora area of Shopian in May 2018. Five militants were killed in that bloody encounter.
Police said that the mother of slain militant Naseema Banoo of Rampora Qaimoh was arrested on 20 June in a criminal case.
“An FIR vide number 30 of 2018 under sections 13B, 17, 18, 18B, 19, 39 of Unlawful Activities Prevention Act stands registered in this regard.
Police said that the arrest was done in compliance of provisions of law and she has been under legally sanctioned custody in women police station Anantnag ever since her arrest.
Police said that the arrested person is involved in a serious criminal case. The photo of the arrested woman in which she is toting an automatic weapon and posing next to her son who was an active militant at the time speaks it all.
“The photo is just the beginning of her criminal involvements. She is involved in much more serious offences and her role has surfaced in recruiting at least 2 youth into militant ranks, arranging arms ammunition, communication and logistics for militants and militant organizations,” police said.
“Just because she happens to be a woman or the mother of a killed militant does not make her immune to arrest. It is the prime duty of the police to arrest criminals to safeguard the people it serves and that are what it has done. Anyone who wishes to challenge the decision is free to approach the court of law for redressal,” police said.
Police further said that many social media posts have been generated and shared which have twisted the facts of the matter in order to cause disturbance of peace and tranquility. “Police has taken cognizance of the matter and anyone trying to instigate others through whatsoever means will be prosecuted against.” (KNT)
Meanwhile,Reacting to criticism over detention of the mother of a slain militant in south Kashmir district of Kulgam, Inspector General of Police (IGP) Vijay Kumar on Sunday said that police doesn’t target families of militants without evidence.
Kumar said sister of active militant Abbas Sheikh and mother of killed militant Naseema Banoo were arrested on June 20, 2020 for FIR no 30 of 2018 registered under sections 13B, 17, 18, 18B, 19, 39 of Unlawful Activities Prevention Act.
The IGP said they were also involvement in recruiting youth into militant ranks.
Banoo’s son was killed on May 6, 2018 along with Kashmir University assistant professor Muhammad Rafi Butt and three others in Shopian.
Police on Sunday issued clarification about the arrest of the woman after facing criticism over her detention on social media, saying that many online posts have been generated and shared which have twisted the facts of the matter in order to cause disturbance of peace and tranquility.
A police spokesperson said the arrested person is involved in a serious criminal case. “The photograph of the arrested woman in which she is toting an automatic weapon and posing next to her son, who was an active militant at the time speaks it all,” he said.
He said she is involved in much more serious offences and her role has surfaced in recruiting at least two youth into militant ranks, arranging arms ammunition, communication and logistics for militants.

 


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