Police hold local militant responsible for killing and abduction incidents in North Kashmir

BANDIPORA: Police Thursday held a local militant responsible for the abduction and killing incidents in Hajin town of North kashmir’s Bandipora district.
A police official said that initial investigation so far has revealed that one Muhammd Saleem Parrey of Hajin, who joined the militancy last summer and is associated with militant outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba, is the mastermind behind the last two abductions in Hajin; in the first instance the militants killed the abductee.
Spokesperson said that the evidences collected so far indicate that, Saleem along with his non-local accomplices on the 3rd of April, went to the house of in-laws of Naseer Ahmed Parrey, fired on the inmates injuring three of them, and abducted Naseer.
They fired at two ladies and they were brutally beaten as well. Both of them are under treatment at hospital.
Consequently Naseer was found dead the other day in the outskirts of Hajin, with three firearm injuries in his abdomen.
Further, the group with Saleem as the key conspirator barged into the house of Abdul Gaffar Bhat and took Gaffar and his 24 years old son Manzoor with them.
Gaffar managed to escape even after sustaining firearm injury.
Police has started process of tracing the abducted person. Pertinently he is a Shepherd by profession.
“Cases have already been registered in both incidents and investigations are on,” the spokesperson said.

Tral Times Bureau

Tral Times gives you fastest news updates happening around the world.