STATE TIMES NEWS UDHAMPUR/HIRANAGAR: Four cattle smugglers were arrested on Tuesday and 44 bovines were rescued from their possession during vehicle checking along the Jammu-Srinagar national highway in Udhampur and Samba districts, police said. Three Kashmir-bound trucks were intercepted at Flata and Jakhani. It was found that 30 animals were being transported illegally, a police spokesman said. He said four persons including three drivers were arrested in this connection and booked under relevant sections of the law. The trucks were also seized and further investigation is going on, the spokesman said. Meanwhile, Hiranagar Police also rescued 14 bovines from a truck during a Naka. Smuggler managed to escape from the spot however police has registered a case started investigation.
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