‘Two notorious thieves booked under PSA’
SRINAGAR: Continuing its efforts to eradicate the menace of drugs from the society, police have booked four notorious drug peddlers under PIT NDPS Act, besides two notorious thieves have also been booked under PSA for their involvement in many cases, in Baramulla.
The four notorious drug peddlers are identified as Habeel Yaseen Dar @ Rouf son of Mohd Yaseen resident of Tarhama Kunzer, Ab Rehman Malik @ Rehman Military son of Ghulam Mohammad resident of Kalantra Payeen Kreeri, Shahnawaz Ahmad Mir @ Boja son of Matwali Mir resident of Daragutliyan Uri & Hafeez Ahmad Khan son of Mohd Abass resident of Rehsiwari Niloosa Baramulla. They have been booked under PIT NDPS Act after obtaining formal detention orders from the competent authority & subsequently lodged in Central Jail Kot-Balwal Jammu, police said in a statement.
It is pertinent to mention that many cases are registered against these drug peddlers and they were involved in promoting drug trade by supplying drugs to local youth of Kunzer, Kreeri Wagoora, Uri, Bijhama and other areas of District Baramulla. Despite their involvement in many FIRs, they did not mend their activities and were again involved in promoting drug abuse trade by supplying drugs to local youth.
The two notorious thieves are identified as Syed Zaffar Shah @ Zaffar son of Mohd Muzaffar Shah & Fida Hussain Khanday @ Fida son of Gh Mohammad Khanday, both residents of Devar Yakhmanpora Baramulla and were detained under Public Safety Act by Police after obtaining formal detention orders from the competent Authority and subsequently lodged in Central Jail Kot Bhalwal Jammu.
Many cases are registered against these thieves and were involved in theft cases in Pattan area of District Baramulla. Despite their involvement in many FIRs, they did not mend their activities, police said, adding, “Consistent actions of police against the criminals should reassure the community members that police is making all efforts to eradicate social evils and making all efforts to keep our society free from drug abuse.”