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KATHUA: Police on Tuesday foiled a bovine smuggling bid by rescuing nine bovines, however smuggler managed to escape from the spot. As per the details, acting on tip off, a team of Police Post Hatli led by SI Verinder Singh Incharge Police Post as directed by Inspector Anil Sharma SHO Police Station Kathua under the direct supervision of Dy. SP S.S. Sambyal Dy. SP Headquarters Kathua intercepted one truck (JK02AK 5571) carrying bovines which was on way from Punjab towards Kashmir near Maggar Khad falling in the jurisdiction of Police Post Hatli. During checking of the vehicle, police rescued nine bovines being smuggled in the said vehicle but driver of the truck managed to escape. Police also seized the truck and registered a case vide FIR No 94/2018 under section 188 RPC ,3/5 PCA Act.
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