54 youngsters saved from turning to militancy, claims police

54 youngsters saved from turning to militancy, claims police
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Srinagar: With the arrest of 4 boys from north Kashmir’s Kupwara , police on Monday claimed that their attempts to join militancy were foiled . Police said as many as 54 families were saved from getting adversely affected by the militancy as during the past few months 54 youth have been arrested from different districts of the Kashmir zone.
Out of these, 28 youth have been arrested in the districts of Baramulla, Kupwara, Sopore, Handwara and Bandipora of the North Kashmir Range.
Thirteen youth have been arrested in Central Kashmir Range Srinagar while equal number of youth has been arrested in district Pulwama, Anantnag, Shopian, Awantipora and Kulgam of South Kashmir.
Police said Kupwara police arrested four boys who were attempting to cross the Line of Control. On June 27 police station Kupwara received information that four boys of village Gulgam had gone missing. Following the information, a general alert was sounded across the district and two teams were constituted to trace out them. During search, one of the teams intercepted these boys near a nallah in dense forest close to the LOC and they shifted them to Police Station Kupwara. They were identified as Shahid Ahmad Pir son of Mohammad Amin, resident of Pir Mohlla Gulgam, Wahed Ahmad Gojri son of Mohammad Sultan, resident of Deldjan Gulgam, Zeeshan Ahmad Lone son Ghulam Rasool Lone resident of Tanwari Gulgam and Ubaid Ahmad Gojree son of Abdul Razaq resident of Tanwari Gulgam.
The parents and the people of the area have hailed the efforts of the Kupwara police as three of the youth were handed over to their parents while one of them and his motivator were sent to juvenile home.
Though arms and ammunitions are recovered from many of the arrested youth, yet some of them are handed over back to their families after counselling.

 

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