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Baramulla Police detains one more guide involved in exfiltration of three youngsters to PoK

A case under relevant sections of law was registered in Uri Police Station and an investigation into the matter was initiated. 

Published: 08th July 2021 03:22 PM  |   Last Updated: 08th July 2021 03:22 PM   |  A+A-

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By ANI

BARAMULLA: Baramulla Police detained one more guide during the investigation of the case of exfiltration of the three youth to Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK) on the confession of the other guide.

The arrested person has been identified as Mohammad Majloon Sheikh, a resident of Dudran Boniyar.

Earlier, Baramulla Police detained three youth and one guide who were trying to exfiltrate to POK via Line of Control (LoC) Uri at MVCP and incriminating material including sharp knives, torch, etc were also recovered from them.

"During questioning of the guide namely Parvaiz Ahmad Hajam confessed that other guide namely Mohammad Majloon Sheikh resident of Dudran Boniyar was also involved in the act of exfiltration of the three youth to PoK and on his confession, the said guide was arrested and incriminating material was also recovered from his possession," the police said on Thursday.

A case under relevant sections of law was registered in Uri Police Station and an investigation into the matter was initiated. 



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