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Stone crusher owner, truck drivers among others booked for lockdown violations
4/8/2020 10:03:32 PM

RAJOURI, Apr 8: Amid continuous lockdown in Rajouri district due to COVID-19 pandemic, the Jammu and Kashmir police initiated action against a number of violators which included a stone crusher owner, tipper drivers, salesman of a bar and a shopkeeper.
Police in its media statement said that a police party of police station Rajouri headed by SHO Rajouri Sameer Jillani was on patrolling in Dhangri and Sarnoo areas when his team noticed that a crusher at Saranoo area is being run.
Taking note of it, the owner of crusher namely Kiran Kumar Sharma son of Bhola Ram of Jawahar Nagar and others have been booked in a case FIR 194/2020 under sections 188 IPC.
The Rajouri police also apprehended three tippers drivers namely Mohammad Farooq son of Mohammad Younis resident of Maira Chowkian, Mohammad Farooq son of Mohammad Afsar resident of Nagrota and Khushal Hussain son of Fazalet Hussain resident of Nagrota who were driving tippers with registration numbers JK14E 4831, JK11C 8932 and JK11D 5569 respectively, said police.
The vehicles were found plying on road with construction material in clear violation of norms amid lockdown after which the vehicles were seized while the drivers have been arrested.
Three separate FIRs 191/20, 192/20 and 193/20 under section 188 IPC have been registered against the accused persons, police added.
Similarly, police said, information was received by police that a person is selling liquor in Jawahar Nagar area after which team of police from Rajouri police station rushed to the spot and apprehended a person who was selling liquor to some persons outside a bar.
The customers managed to flee from the spot but the salesman was nabbed on the spot who have been identified as Pritam Chand son of Munshi Ram of Kangra Himachal Pradesh and 36 liquor bottles were recovered from his possession. An FIR 195/20 under sections 188/IPC 48A Excise Act has been registered against the accused.
Another team of police post Teryath headed by SI Ajaz Mirza apprehended four violators namely Nazeer Hussain son of Gulab Din, Mohammad Zabeer son of Abdul Ghafoor, Mohammad Farooq son of Ghulam Hussain, all residents of Gaibass Teryath and Ganesh Dutt son of Dev Raj of Treru, police informed adding that all the violators have been booked in cases registered in Dharamsal police station.
Meanwhile, police patrolling team from Bhawani police post headed by SI Ashish Chowdhary found Ex-Sarpanch Parshotam Lal son of Des Raj of Jhanger carrying his house construction work by engaging labourers after which he has been booked under relevant sections of law and a case has been registered in Nowshera police station.
In its official statement, police further said that a team from Budhal police station headed by SHO Budhal Som Raj found a shopkeeper violating the lockdown order who has been identified as Mohammad Shakeel son of Abdul Gafoor rof Dandote.
The said shopkeeper has been booked by police in a case FIR 19 /20 under section 188 IPC in Budhal police station.
SSP Rajouri Chandan Kohli appealed to the people of Rajouri to stay inside and play their role in the fight against COVID-19.
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