Four arrested for torching retail outlets in Baramulla: Police

Srinagar, Dec 3: Police
Tuesday claimed to have arrested 4 native early life, who have been allegedly concerned
in torching 3 retail outlets in Baramulla the city closing week.

On November 24, a minimum of 3 retail outlets have been set ablaze in
Baramulla the city, which created panic a number of the shopkeepers.

Addressing a press convention, Senior Superintendent of
Police (SSP), Baramulla, Abdul Qayoom stated they apprehended 4 early life after
investigating the case for the closing 8 days. 

“On 24 November 3 retail outlets have been set ablaze by means of miscreants at
3 other puts in Baramulla marketplace. A 3-storied buying groceries advanced
LibasGharwas utterly broken within the fireplace. A case below FIR No. 181/2019 was once
registered below phase 436 and 506 of Indian Penal Code at Police Station
Baramulla and investigation taken up,” he stated.

The apprehended early life have been known as Mohammad Maroof
Saliah, Bilal Mehraj Bhat, Sameer Ahmad Shakroo and AadilGaffar Sofi, all
hailing from Baramulla.

“A workforce headed by means of Deputy Superintendent of Police Baramulla
investigated the case.  Right through the route
of investigation, CCTV photos to be had at other issues was once scanned and
it was once noticed that 3 of the 4 individuals have been transferring
suspiciously.  We arrested the entire 4
accused on Monday evening. They all confessed to the crime,”   he stated.

Elaborating, Qayoom stated one of the vital accused Sameer Ahmad
Shakroo deliberate the blueprint for torching retail outlets.“At 4:30pm Maroof, Adil and
Bilal achieved the plan to set those retail outlets ablaze. Sameer purchased petrol from
Azadgunj petrol pump for Rs 400.  Bilal,
who may be working a store in Kanlibagh, paid Rs 150 for getting gas. They
made up our minds to set retail outlets ablaze sooner than 8pm when electrical energy is going off within the space,”
he stated.

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SSP Baramulla stated the principle purpose at the back of the act was once to
create a “concern” a number of the shopkeepers. “Stores in Baramulla have been functioning
typically and the accused sought after to instil a terror amongst shopkeepers in order that they
shut their retail outlets,” he stated.

Qayoom stated they’ve recovered incriminating subject matter and
logistics used within the fee of crime. “Involvement of alternative
criminals can’t be dominated out. Additional investigation is happening,” he

Requested whether or not the act was once dedicated on the behest of
militants, he stated they can not say the rest as of now. “The investigation in
its preliminary level and we’re ascertaining the entire information,” he stated.

miscreants arrested in Srinagar’

Srinagar, Dec 3: Police
in Srinagar Tuesday stated that it arrested 5 “miscreants fascinated about lobbing
petrol bombs and dangerous locals, shopkeepers.”

A spokesperson stated a gaggle of 5 miscreants fascinated about
hurling petrol bombs (Molotov Cocktails) and dangerous of shopkeepers and
locals within the interiors of Srinagar.

“As consistent with the police data, this workforce was once fascinated about
hurling petrol bombs on automobiles of police and safety forces within the spaces of
Sarafkadal, Bohrikadal, Rajourikadal, Khanyar and Nowhatta. They have been additionally
fascinated about intimidating and dangerous of shopkeepers and different businessmen
primarily based within the previous town,” the spokesperson stated.

“Officials whilst wearing out the investigation learnt that
the miscreants have been forcing minors to trace the motion of Police and Safety
forces’ automobiles within the space,” the spokesperson added.

A case below related sections of legislation has already been
registered and additional investigation within the subject is in growth, he added.

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