Awantipora police capture two absconders
Awantipora police capture two absconders

On Saturday (July 8), a top police officer in Jammu and Kashmir said that four women had been arrested for suspected drug dealing in the Samba area.
Senior Superintendent of Police (Samba) Benam Tosh claimed that the suspected drug peddlers were arrested while driving from Kathua to Samba along the Jammu-Pathankot national route.
Saleema alias “Bachi” of Bari Brahmana, Gunna Bibi of Sidhra, Fullan Bibi, and Salima Bibi of Vijaypur were all recognised as the detained suspects.

Officials from Samba, Jammu, Kathua, Udhampur, Reasi, Rajouri, Poonch, Ramban, Doda, and Kishtwar all agreed that Saleema was a major drug trafficker.
Since she had eluded capture for so long, he characterised her capture as a “major success” for the police.
Saleema, the subject of stepped-up police patrols and searches, reportedly relocated her hiding place from Balole Nallah in Bari Brahmana to the Sidhra neighbourhood of Jammu, according to a local official.
In the previous six months, police have reportedly captured 58 heroin sellers, including 12 women.
Aside from that, “two hardcore heroin suppliers have also been detained and lodged in jail under the stringent Prevention of Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act,” he said.
The PTI NDPS Act allows for preventative detention without bail for up to a year. (With help from PTI)



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