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Doda police book rumor mongers
9/12/2018 10:41:10 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Sept 12: Following information received that some Photograph/massages of some boys of District Doda were circulated in WhatsApp groups regarding joining of militancy, Police swung into action and started ascertaining the identity of these youth.
"During verification it was found that one of these youth namely Musthaq Ahmed son of Abdullah of Sasarwar Tehsil Bhagwah District Doda was working as pony porter with Machail Yatra at Paddar Kishtwar along with his father", said police sources adding that Doda Police established contact with him and called him back.
Yesterday, the said Mushtaq Rather reported at Doda police station along with a written complaint that he had gone to Paddar in connection with his work and some miscreants circulated a false message in social media claiming of his joining militancy thereby endangering his life besides defaming him.
In this regard, Doda Police registered a case under FIR under No. 158/2018 under section 120-B, 121-A, 505 of RPC , 66 IT Act against unknown persons who uploaded and photographing false and malicious messages and investigation has been taken up.
It is pertinent to mention that one more youth namely Ashiq Hussain of Kawkilla Dessa whose photographs was also circulated along with a fake message regarding his joining militancy has been traced by Police, the boy was working with a private Company at Hyderpura area of Srinagar namely AMC which deals laying of Electric cables. He has returned to his home safely.
Moreover, a lookout notice has been issued regarding one more missing youth namely Masood Ahmed son of Abdul Gani Butt of Manjmi Dessa who was involved in a case under FIR No. 07/2018 under section 354-A & B of RPC 07/08 POCSVO of women police station Doda for whom message were also circulated in social media regarding joining of Militancy at Doda.
He has actually gone underground as non boilable warrants have been issued against him by Court.
The case against such rumor mongers has been registered and further investigation is going on to identify and book the culprits at the earliest, these messages are false and are being circulated to vitiate the peaceful atmosphere and instigate the youth. Public is requested to refrain from sharing such type of fake messages in the social media.
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