JAMMU, June 7: Jhajjar Kotli and Thathri police foiled bovines smuggling bids by rescuing 18 cattle and arresting three persons.
As per police sources, on specific information, a team from Jhajjar Kotli Police Station laid a naka at Suketar and intercepted a Srinagar bound truck bearing registration number JK02AQ-6597.
During checking, police rescued 13 cattle from the vehicle and arrested the driver, who has been identified as Abdul Gani, son of Lal Din, a resident of Batote, district Ramban.
A case under FIR Number 50/18 under Section 188 RPC and 3/5 PCA Act has been registered at Police Station Jhajjar Kotli and investigation started.
Police team led by SHO Jhajjar Kotli Inspector Ajay Singh Chib foiled the bovines smuggling bid under the supervision of SDPO Nagrota Yashbir Singh Slathia and SP Rural Shivdeep Singh Jamwal.
Meanwhile, a team from Thathri Police Station rescued 5 bovine animals from a Tata Mobile vehicle and arrested two persons.
The arrested persons have been identified as Mohammad Sadiq, son of Mohammad Hanif of Lopa Thathri and Bashir Ahmed, son of Lal Din, a resident of Bathri.
A case under FIR Number 38/18 under Section 188 RPC and 3 PCA Act has been registered at Thathri Police Station and investigation started.
The arrest was made by SHO Thathri Inspector Sunil Kumar Sharma under the supervision of SDPO Bhaderwah Brijesh Sharma, AAdditional SP Bhaderwah Rajinder Singh and SSP Doda Mohammad Shabir.