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SAMBA: Ghagwal Police on Monday foiled a bovine smuggling bid by rescuing nineteen bovines from a truck, here at Jatwal.
According to the Police sources, a Police Party of Police Station Ghagwal headed by Inspector Amit Singh Andotra, SHO Ghagwal under the close supervision of DSP Headquarter Samba, during Naka checking at Jammu Pathankot National Highway near Tapyal Police signaled a Truck bearing registration No JK02AH-6881 coming from Kathua side to stop. On seeing the police party, driver instead of stopping the vehicle accelerated the same and later fled after abandoning it near Jatwal. During checking of the vehicle, Police found19 bovines inside the vehicle, which were being transported illegally without any permission. All the bovines were rescued and the vehicle was seized on spot.
When contacted, SHO Ghagwal Amit Singh Andotra informed that since his joining as SHO Ghagwal, he has registered 14 FIRs against the bovine smugglers and freed huge number of bovines from the clutches of the bovine smugglers. In this regard a case FIR No. 50/2018 under Section 188 RPC, 2/3 PCA Act, 177/184 MV Act has been registered at Police Station Ghagwal and manhunt to nab the driver has been launched.
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