*District Police Office Rajouri* *Delay in depositing weapons, 52 booked in Rajouri*

Ankit Kesar Rajouri, March 23, Jammu and Kashmir police in Rajouri district has booked fifty two persons for not depositing their licensed weapons in local police stations even after order issued by District Magistrate Rajouri and subsequent notices served by local police stations.

An order in this regard was issued by District Magistrate Rajouri on 1st of March 2019 and all the licensed weapon holders were asked to deposit their weapons in local police stations in view of forth coming parliamentary polls.

Although majority of licensed weapon holders got deposited their weapons in police stations but some people paid no attention to the order even after police served them reminder through notices.

Taking strong note it, cases under relevant sections of law have been registered against the violators in police stations across Rajouri district.

A case FIR no 138/1019 U/Ss 188 RPC, 21/25 (H) and 30 Arms Act has been registered at police station Rajouri against violators who include Rahim Ahmed son of Sharaf Din resident of Rehtal Rajouri, Sandeep Kumar son of Jeet Kumar resident Dhanour Loharan Rajouri, Daleep Singh son of Basant Ram resident of Dhanore Loharan Rajouri, Kamal Singh son of Behari Lal resident of Dhanore Loharan Rajouri,
Naresh Kumar son of Raja Ram resident of Kheora Rajouri, Nitin Kumar son of Sunil Kumar resident of Kheora, Harbans Lal Tara son of Tola Ram resident of Muradpur Rajouri, Mala Ram son of Nanak Chand resident of Dalohri Rajouri, Jabar Singh son of Sarvan Singh resident of Dalohri, Mohammad Younis son of Mohammad Din resident of Kha No.1, Noor Hussain son of Jamal Din resident of Kha No.2, Ved Parkash son of Thakur Dass resident of Mubarak pura Rajouri, Manzoor Shah son of Yassen Shah resident of Kotedhara, Bishan Dass son of Nihal chand resident of Ward No.9 Rajouri, Minta Sawhney son of Chander Parkesh resident of Jawhar Nagar, Vaid Parkesh son of Bhagat Ram resident of Kheora, Nasar Hussain son of Ghulam Hussain resident of Rehtal Rajouri, Sunil Kumar son of Basant Ram resident of Dhanour Loharan and Parkash Singh son of Bidhi Chand resident of Dalohri Rajouri.

In Dharamsal police station, a case FIR 16 /19 under sections 188 RPC, 21/25(H)/30 Arms Act has been registered against Dilawer Singh son of Romal Singh, Jagdev Singh son of Fateh Singh resident of Bhadano, Madan Lal son of Tetru Ram, Dawarka Nath son of Devi Dass, Yog Raj son of Bhup Singh, Pawan Kumar son of Babu Ram, all residents of Brehvi village.

In Budhal police station, FIR 12/2019 U/Ss 188 RPC, 21/25(H)/30 Arms Act has been registered against four violators of the DM order who have not deposited their licensed weapons till now. They include Jaswant Singh son of Punjab Singh resident of Kewal, Bashir son of Chandia resident of Targain, Amar Singh son of Patay Ram resident of Shahpur, Latief son of Shah Wali resident of Draj and Noor Mohammad son of Kalla resident of Draj.

A case FIR 20/2019 U/Ss 188 RPC, 21/25(H)/30 Arms Act has been registered against such violators in Kalakote police station and nine person have been booked who include Naseeb Singh son of Puran Singh resident of Dalli, Jagdish Singh son of Chandu Singh resident of Broh Nambal, Balbir Singh son of Bachter Singh resident of Mangrote, Rashpal Singh son of Janak Singh resident of Mangrote, Ghani Sham son of Balak Ram resident of Sadda, Satpal son of Kaku Ram resident of Darkeri, Ram Lal son of Chando Ram resident of Broh, Krishen Singh son of Jara Singh resident of Salyar Chatta and
Mohammad Afsal son of Bader Din resident of Mal Gujjran.

A case FIR 17/2019 has been registered in Thanamandi police station under relevant sections of law and six persons have been booked for violation who include Babu Hussain son of Mir Mohammad resident of Palangarh, Mohammad Younis son of Mohammad Iqbal resident of Dodassan Bala, Wazir Hussain son of Ghulam Mohammad resident of Dodassan Bala, Hakam Din son of Sadar Din resident of Kote, Musadar Hussain son of Mohammad Sadiq resident of Bhatian and Abdul Hamid son of Ali Mohammad resident of Bhatian.

Similarly, seven persons have been booked in a case FIR No 26/2019 U/Sec 188 RPC, 21/25(H) /30Arms Act registerd at police station Kandi. Those who have been booked include Punjab Singh son of Basant Ram resident of Dhar Sakri, Mohammad Amin son of Mohammad Ayoub resident of Dhar Sakri,
Prem Singh son of Sant Ram resident of Dahar Sakri, Mohammad Iqbal son of Mohammad Din resident of Dhar Sakri, Mohammad Riaz son of Mohammad Shah resident of Rehan, Kala Khan son of Ghulam Hussain resident of Gakhrote and
Mohammad Shafiq son of Mohammad Akabr resident of Gakhrote.

SSP Rajouri Yougal Manhas when contacted told that the persons against whom cases have been registered will face cancellation of their licenses and the matter shall be taken up with the District Magistrate in due course of time. More legal action against more such violations is being worked out by Rajouri Police in the days to come.

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