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Police books protestors who assaulted police during protest over 'abduction case'
4/19/2017 10:42:33 PM
Early Times Report
Rajouri, Apr 19: Nowshera police have booked the protesters who attacked police party led by sub inspector Jahangir Ahmed, SHO Kandi Police Station and also blocked Jammu-Poonch highway alleging police shielding an accused involved in kidnapping of a girl.
Police sources said that a police party from Kandi Police Station party led by SHO had recovered the kidnapped girl namely Fozia Koser d/o Gulazar Hussain r/o Peeri and is on way back to Kandi after recording the statement of the girl in a court at Nowshera.
Sources said that reportedly after eloping from Peeri the duo had entered into nuptial knot and investigating team wants to record the girl's statement under section 164CrPC.
The family members and relatives, alleged for trying to take custody of the girl forcibly from Police had blamed police for shielding the accused namely Zahir Iqbal, reportedly a cop.
"Verbal dispute between the police and family members occurred at Thalka where family members intercepted police party, sources said, adding, " however later the situation took ugly turn and they attacked the police party in which some cops, civilians including SHO were injured."
"Police however managed to take the girl towards Nowshera for protection and legal formalities, police sources said. Later irked family members alongwith locals blocked the road against the Kandi police.
"Additional police force was sent to Thalka to clear the highway and to take action against the protesters who blocked the highway which is a violation of District Magistrate's order" said Addl SP, Atul Sharma.
Pertinently District Magistrate (DM) Rajouri on April 7 has imposed section 144 CrPC on Jammu-Poonch highway and other main roads in Rajouri districts and also banned any protest on these roads.
Source said that apprehending trouble from family members in court complex at Rajouri, the local court had directed the police to record the statement in a court at Nowshera.
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