5 women arrested for stone pelting
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Aug 25: Mendhar police arrested five women who alongwith others allegedly pelted stones on a police team which had gone to arrest an accused in an assault case in Nadol area of the border tehsil in Poonch district, police said on Thursday.
It said that a police team from Mendhar police station had gone to arrest four persons identified as Ghulam Mustafa, Mustaq Ahmed, Murtaza Ahmed and Mohammed Rafiq son of Jalal Din of Nadol village in Mendhar since they were wanted in an assault case on an elderly woman and a boy.
As-soon-as the police team reached the residence of the accused persons, they along with their woman family members started pelting stones on the police personnel
On getting the information, SHO Mendhar Inspector Gurmeet Singh rushed to the spot and arrested five women for pelting stones on police team .However, the accused attackers had escaped from the spot.
Police have booked the women under FIR number 118 under section 336 at police station Mendhar.
It may be mentioned here that yesterday these four absconders allegedly assaulted an elderly woman and her relative Haq Nawaz over some dispute when they were alone at their residence in Nadol.
“The boy had sustained serious injuries following which, he was referred to the Government Medical College Hospital Jammu for advanced treatment,” police informed.
Immediately after the assault, police registered case against the assultants under FIR number 117 under section 107, 452, 147 and 148 of RPC at the concerned police station.
Since then, the accused persons have been evading their arrest.
Lastupdate on : Thu, 25 Aug 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Thu, 25 Aug 2011 18:30:00 GMT
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