Operation Kamdhenu: Notorious bovine smuggler booked under PSA in Rajouri

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 Jammu and Kashmir police in Rajouri district on Wednesday claimed to have detained a notorious bovine smuggler under Public Safety Act (PSA) for his involvement in unlawful activities.

In an official statement issued to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), police said that a notorious bovine smuggler has been booked under public safety Act (PSA) for his repeated involvement in cases of bovine smuggling.

“During a recent exercise, it came to notice that one Bari Shah son of Gulzar Shah resident of Dalyote, Tehsil Kalakote of District Rajouri is involved in multiple cases of bovine smuggling in Rajouri district,” police said, adding that he is repeatedly engaged in bovine smuggling activities, which are prejudicial to the maintenance of public order.

The accused has been detained under PSA and he already stands booked in five bovine smuggling cases and a criminal case at Police Station Kalakote, Dharamsal. 

The accused is habitual bovine smuggler and often used to smuggle bovine animals towards Kashmir valley via Mughal Road, police said.

Pertinently, under “Operation Kamdhenu”, Rajouri Police has launched a special drive against the bovine smugglers.

The detention warrant of the accused has been executed by SHO PS Kalakote alongwith team under the supervision of SSP Rajouri Amritpal Singh.

Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Rajouri Amritpal Singh said that Police is fully committed to serve the general public upto their desires to ensure sense of security among them and to maintain peace and tranquility in the district

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