STATE TIMES NEWS SAMBA/UDHAMPUR: Police foiled three bovine smuggling bids by rescuing 62 bovines and arrested five smugglers at Mansar in District Samba on Tuesday. According to a report, on a tip off, SHO Samba Shivdev Singh constituted a team headed by Sub Inspector Rajveer Singh Chowki Officer Mansar which laid Naka on Samba Mansar Dhar Road near Mansar and intercepted a Tata mobile (JK14C- 5153) which was on its way to Srinagar. During search of vehicle, police recovered three bovines from the vehicle and arrested driver namely Bittu Ram, son of Chunni Lal, resident of Krishanpur Dansal and his associate Vaid Parkash, son of Ludri Ram, resident of Serbala Ramnagar Udhampur. A case vide FIR No 89/2019 under sections 188 RPC, 2/3 PC Act was registered against them at Police Station Samba. Meanwhile, a party of Police Station Udhampur led by SHO Vijay Singh Choudhar under the supervision of Dy SP Rohit Chagdal laid a Naka at Sangoor Chowk in Udhampur and nabbed two groups of bovine smugglers who were taking bovines on foot. 55 bovines were rescued during the process and two persons identified as Hamid Khan, son of Abdual Gani and Mohd Mashboor son of Barkat Ali both residents of village Hartyan in Udhampur were arrested. However two other associates taking the advantage flee from the spot. Meanwhile in another action Udhampur police also rescued four bovines loaded in a Mahindra Bolero (JK14C-5946) at Jakheni Chowk. A smuggler identified as Gulam Rasool, son of Mohd Ayub, resident of Thalpad, Udhampur was arrested in two different cases registered.
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