Police solve 12 year old case

4 PERSONS, INCLUDING 3 HIZB MILITANTS, HELD FOR KILLING 7 YOUTH

GK NEWS NETWORK

Jammu, Feb 4: Police on Monday said it achieved a major breakthrough by arresting four persons including three former Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) militants involved in the killings of seven youth including four Village Defence Committee (VDC) members at Chakka Galiote in 2001.
 A police spokesman said the case is being investigated by Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP) Udhampur Benam Tosh under the supervision of Inspector General of Police (IGP) Jammu Zone Dilbagh Singh Deputy Inspector General of Udhampur Range, Jagjit Kumar and Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Udhampur Ashkoor Ahmed Wani.
 The spokesman identified the accused as Farooq Ahmed alias Nasir son of Abdul Rehman Beig of Salbala Gool, , Manzoor Ahmed alias Furqan son of Ghulam Muhammad Nayak of Dalwa Gool, Abdul Latif alias Fayaz Ahmad son of  Ghulam Nabi Sohil of Chhachhwa Gool and  Muhammad Din son of   Fazal Din Mir of Sedua Tangar.
 Police said that the arrested surrendered militants have remained top ranking commanders of Hizbul Mujahideen  operating in Gool areas.
 Police  said that preliminary interrogation confirmed that the other top ranking HM militants of Gool areas like Iqbal alias Aman-u-llah the then District Commander who later became Divisional commander of HM, Billu Gujjar battalion commander of Hizbul Mujahideen Muhammad Hussain alias Hussanu code name Showkat Patwari, (Group Commander of HM), Nadeem, Bilal, Shahid Lata Peer, Saddar Din, Gazi and Kari  were also involved in the conspiracy and killing of seven  persons which included four Village Defence Committee members, two  Gujjar youth and one more civilian.
 Pertinently, on November 30 2001, 12 militants wearing combat uniforms appeared at Chakka Galiote and called Village Defence Committee members along with weapons saying that they would be recruited. Police said that thereafter militants asked the Village Defence Committee members to deposit their weapons with their senior officer and lineup and shot them dead along with three civilians including two Gujjar youth and decamped with four Rifles.
 A Case FIR No. 26/2001 U/S 302/396/364/170/153/124/RPC, 3 (II) POTO was registered at P/S Panchari and investigation started and all the legal formalities including postmortem was conducted. As no clue could be struck, the case was closed as un-traced in 2002 and conclusion was submitted to the Court in 2005. On the condition that whenever clue struck the case would be reopened.
 Now that the clue has been struck the said case has been reopened, investigation resumed by the Additional Superintendent of Police Udhampur Benam Tosh assisted by a team of investigators and four accused arrested so far.  

Lastupdate on : Mon, 4 Feb 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 4 Feb 2013 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Tue, 5 Feb 2013 00:00:00 IST




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