3 youth held in Baramulla
Baramulla, Feb 21: Police on Monday arrested three youth from this north Kashmir town on the charges of stone pelting.
Witnesses said that police arrested Imtiyaz Ahmad Akhoon of Jalal sahib Baramulla, Iqbal Ahmad Naikoo of Suhail colony Baramulla and Farhan Ahmad Liloo of mohalla Jamia Baramulla from main market this afternoon.
As the word about the arrest spread a group of youth appeared near the Sumo stand and started pelting stones towards Baramulla Police Station. However, policemen swung into action and dispersed them.
Surprise checks in Sopore
Meanwhile, personnel of Special Operations Group (SOG) of police carried out surprise checks in Sopore town on Monday.
SOG men, according to the witnesses, appeared in Model town this afternoon and frisked the people. “They also checked the identity cards of the people. The searches continued for at least an hour,” they added.
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