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NAGROTA: Police on Tuesday foiled bovine smuggling bids
by rescuing 32 bovines from three vehicles and arresting four smugglers.
As per the details, Nagrota police seized two trucks
(PB11CM/8568 and AS25EC/7757), and an auto load carrier (JK02CF/1983), and rescued
32 bovines which were laden in them.
The bovine smugglers who were arrested have been
identified as Mohd Detul Ali, son of Asad Ali, resident of Bhojpur Assam; Aimu Ali, son of Hakam Ali,
resident of Manda Katta Assam; Anwar
Hussain, son of Ghulam Mohd, resident of Badsoo Dansal Jammu and Hukam Singh,
son of Nand Lal, resident of Garnai Lota Udhampur.
In this connection, three FIRs have been registered under relevant
sections. Police team was led by Insp. Mohammad Shoket SHO Nagrota and Mohan
Lal Sharma SDPO Nagrota.
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