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SAMBA: Police on Tuesday foiled two bovine smuggling bids by rescuing 32 bovines and arresting two smugglers.
According to a report, a team of Ghagwal Police Station headed by SI Rajeshwar Singh SHO laid a Naka on Jammu Pathankot National Highway near Tapyal in district Samba. During the Naka checking, a truck (JKO2AF- 7205) coming from Kathua side was signaled to stop but the driver of the vehicle accelerated his vehicle and fled from the spot.
After short chase police intercepted the vehicle near Jatwal and during checking police found 17 bovines laden in it, however driver of the vehicle managed to escape from the spot. Police has taken cognisance in the matter and started investigation.
Meanwhile, during patrolling and Naka duty at NHW near Hatli Morh in the wee hours, a team of Police Post Hatli led by SI Verinder Singh Incharge Police Post Hatli as directed by Inspector Anil Sharma SHO Police Station Kathua under the direct supervision of Dy.SP S.S Sambyal DySP Headquarters Kathua intercepted one truck (JK02BW-1413) carrying bovines which was on way from Punjab towards Kashmir. During checking of the vehicle, police rescued 15 bovines being smuggled in the said vehicle , arrested a smuggler namely Sadham Hussain son of Mohd Din resient of Chinnor Jammu along with his associate namely Subhan Ali son of Mohd Shah resident of Jitana Kathua. A case vide FIR No 57/2018 under section 188 RPC ,3/5 PCA Act was registered at Police Station Kathua.
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