Arrests in Jammu for ‘Bovine Smuggling’

KL NEWS NETWORK

SRINAGAR

At a time when Supreme Court has stayed put the implementation of beef ban in Jammu and Kashmir for two months since last Monday (Oct 05), at least four persons were arrested in Udhampur district for allegedly trying to smuggle bovine animals into the Kashmir valley.

Reports reaching here said that police had set up a check point at Chemparhi in Udhampur district and signalled a truck to stop last evening.

“However, the truck driver tried to escape but the cops chased and intercepted the vehicle at some distance. During the checking of the vehicle four bovine animals were rescued and the accused arrested,” the reports added.

“The accused have been identified as Mohammad Aslam, Abdul Gani, Zakir Hussain and Anwar.”

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