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Police team led by SHO Raghubir Singh arrests bovine smuggler, registers FIR against accused
5/25/2023 10:26:13 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, May 25: In a significant development, the Jammu and Kashmir Police have registered a First Information Report (FIR) against a notorious bovine smuggler identified as Attar Hussain, son of Noor Din, resident of Beli Charana in Jammu.
The FIR, number 283/2023, accuses Hussain of smuggling 15 bovine animals without legal permission, including 2 buffaloes, 1 cow, and 12 calves.
According to reliable sources, the incident came to light at approximately 08:20 AM when Udhampur Police received credible information about the unlawful transportation of the bovine animals towards Kashmir. Acting promptly, the police team led by SHO Udhampur Raghubir Singh Chaudary swung into action and promptly registered the case.
The investigation was assigned to Head Constable Mohammad Asaf Khan, a seasoned officer with 39 years of experience in law enforcement.
The alleged smuggler, Attar Hussain, is believed to have brazenly tied the 15 bovine animals together and transported them on foot, in clear violation of the law and without obtaining the necessary legal permissions. Such acts not only endanger the welfare of the animals but also disrupt the delicate ecological balance in the region.
Bovine smuggling has been a persistent concern in the area, with organized networks operating clandestinely to evade law enforcement agencies.
The registration of this FIR marks a significant step in the ongoing efforts to curb illegal activities related to bovine smuggling and ensure the protection of the region’s livestock.
The police have vowed to leave no stone unturned in their investigation, aiming to gather substantial evidence against the accused and bring him to justice. They are determined to dismantle the networks involved in such illegal activities and uphold the rule of law.
The authorities have urged the public to come forward with any relevant information that could aid in the investigation. Cooperation from the community is crucial in the collective effort to combat bovine smuggling and preserve the sanctity of animal rights.
The case will proceed as per legal procedures, and the suspect, Attar Hussain, will be presented before the court for further judicial proceedings. The police will continue their diligent efforts to prevent such illegal activities, ensuring the safety and well-being of the region’s bovine population.
As the investigation progresses, authorities remain committed to maintaining law and order, protecting the environment, and upholding the principles of justice in the region.
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