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Police registers 6 FIRs, arrests 5 bovine smugglers, seizes 6 vehicles
5/20/2024 9:41:33 PM

Early Times Report
RAMBAN, May 20: Jammu and Kashmir Police Continuing its drive against the bovine smugglers and their propagators under Operation KAMDHENU, Ramban Police under the supervision of SSP Ramban Anuj Kumar-IPS has foiled bovine smuggling attempts, registered 06 FIRs arrested 05 bovine smugglers, rescued 73 bovines and seized 06 vehicles.
Police team of Police station Chanderkote headed by SHO Chanderkote while performing vehicle checking duty intercepted a vehicle, held one person. During checking 07 bovines were found laden inside the vehicles, which were tied in a cruel manner and were being transported illegally. In another instance Police team of Police station Ramban headed by SHO Ramban while performing vehicle checking duty intercepted 03 vehicles, and held 02 persons while the driver of one vehicle managed to escape from the Spot.
In another instance, Police Party of PS Ramsoo headed by SHO Ramsoo intercepted two vehicles and held two persons. During checking,13 bovines were found laden inside 02 vehicles, which were tied in a cruel manner and were being transported illegally.
As a result, a total 73 bovine Animals were rescued under the operation "KAMDHENU." Subsequently, FIR No. 72/2024 was registered at Police Station Chanderkote, FIR No.110/2024, 111/2024, 112/2024 registered at Police Station Ramban, FIR No. 68/2024 and 69/2024 registered at Police station Ramsoo, under relevant Sections of law. The investigation has been initiated into these cases. 05 persons arrested and 06 vehicles involved in the commission of offence have been seized.
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