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J&K Police Crackdown,Five Miscreants Booked Under PSA in North Kashmir

Jammu and Kashmir Police have taken stringent action against anti-national elements in Baramulla, booking five individuals under the Public Safety Act (PSA). The arrested individuals include Asif Ali Bhat, Mohammad Yaqoob Bhat, Waseem Mehraj Farash, Bashir Ahmad Sualiah, and Bilal Ahmad Dar.

According to police reports, these individuals have been involved in various disturbances of law and order as well as subversive activities. Despite multiple FIRs against them, they allegedly continued engaging in anti-national and anti-social behaviors, prompting authorities to take decisive measures.

Formal detention orders were obtained from the competent authority before the arrests were made. Subsequently, the individuals have been lodged in District Jail Udhampur and Central Jail Kot-Balwal Jail Jammu, as per the statement issued by the police.

The action taken by the authorities underscores their commitment to maintaining peace and order in the region. By swiftly addressing threats posed by anti-national elements, law enforcement aims to ensure the safety and security of the community.

Baramulla Police’s firm stance against such elements reflects the ongoing efforts to curb unlawful activities and uphold the rule of law. The booking of these individuals under the PSA signifies a proactive approach in dealing with potential threats to public safety.

The police statement emphasizes the gravity of the situation, highlighting the repeated involvement of the detained individuals in activities detrimental to the nation’s interests. Such measures serve as a deterrent to others who may contemplate similar actions in the future.

As the legal proceedings unfold, authorities remain vigilant in monitoring and addressing any emerging threats to peace and stability in the region. The concerted efforts of law enforcement agencies aim to foster a conducive environment for development and progress in Jammu and Kashmir.

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