Jammu and Kashmir police on Saturday arrested three persons alleged for pasting posters and displaying banners of militants in Pampore town of south Kashmir’s Pulwama district, reported a local news agency, Kashmir News Observer (KNO).
An unidentified police official maintained that three persons were arrested, with assistance from the army, for “glorifying militancy by means of posters and displaying banners in Pampore town”.
“The said posters/banners were seized by police and case FIR number 75/2020 under relevant sections of law was registered in Police Station Pampore,” the official said.
Meanwhile, the trio was identified as Nadeem Ahmad Dar, a resident of Dranbal Pampore, Irshad Ahmad Sofi, a resident of Tulbagh Pampore, and Shakir Ahmad Dar, a resident of Jalalabad Sopore Baramulla. The official said that a computer system along with accessories was seized in the said case from a printing press under the name and title “Rampage Advertising Agency Rengreth Srinagar”.
Further investigation in the said case has been set into motion, the official added. (GNS)