Three people from Kashmir, who the Jammu Police caught on Tuesday with cash worth about Rs 42 lakh, turned out to be Over Ground Workers (OGWs) of the terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed (Jaish). All three were going to Kashmir with this money from Punjab.
When he was caught by the Jammu Police and Special Operation Group (SOG) personnel from Ban toll plaza in Nagrota, Jammu Police has approached the Kashmir Police to gather information about OGW Fayaz Ahmed Dar, both residents of Mishripora, Yaripora, Kulgam, Umar Farooq and Maujam Fayaz both residents of Dilipora, Pulwama, who were caught with cash worth lakhs of rupees.
According to information from police sources, they got information that some people are going from Jammu to Kashmir with weapons in Innova number DL-1ZB-8261 going from Jammu to Kashmir. On this information, SOG personnel along with Nagrota Police had blocked the toll plaza. As soon as the Innova car reached there, it was stopped.
The luggage of three people sitting in the car was checked. During this, cash worth Rs 28 lakh was recovered from the belongings of Fayaz Ahmed and Rs 14 lakh from the possession of Umar Farooq and Mouzam Fayaz. At first, Fayaz said that he was a fruit (apple) trader. After selling fruits from Punjab, he is going back to Kashmir with cash from there. At the same time, two other people sitting in the car could not give any satisfactory answer regarding the money recovered from them. So the SOG took them with him to interrogate the trio in depth.
In the initial interrogation, he said that he had brought this money from Punjab. Based on the information received from the OGW, the Jammu Police has also shared the information with the Punjab Police. Therefore, some more people can be arrested in this case.
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A trucker was killed and another person injured after a truck rolled down into a deep gorge near Tulbagh, one kilometre from Banihal town of J&K’s Ramban district on Wednesday.
An official that a truck, bearing registration number JK05A 8209, which was on its way from Jammu towards Srinagar fell into a deep gorge near Tulbagh around 7 pm, resulting in on spot death of the driver.
Soon after the accident, Banihal police and local volunteers launched a rescue operation and retrieved the body of the trucker, who was identified as Nazir Ahmad Sheikh (58), son of Abdul Gani Sheikh, a resident of Bandipora in north Kashmir.
The injured, identified as Naveed Ahmad son of Nazir Ahmad, also a resident of Bandipora, was shifted to Emergency Hospital Banihal.
An official said that the body is being shifted to Bandipora and that the relatives of the victims were on their way to Banihal.
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