February 2022 News

News Briefs for 12 February 2022

Policeman Martyred, 4 Others Injured In Terror Attack In Jammu And Kashmir's Bandipora

Srinagar 11 Feb: A policeman was martyred and four other security forces personnel were injured in a terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir's Bandipora district on Friday, police said. They said preliminary investigation revealed that terrorists hurled a grenade at a 'naka' (patrol) party near Nishat Park in the district in north Kashmir, causing splinter injuries to five security forces personnel.

79 Police Stations In Sensitive J&K UT Don't Have Telephones, 17 Without Wireless Sets

Jammu 11 Feb: As many as 79 Police Stations in the sensitive Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir don't have telephones while as 17 are without wireless facility even after huge assistance provided by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs for Modernization of Police Force. Moreover, there is only one Social Media Monitoring Cell despite the fact that this platform is being widely misused by the anti-national and anti-social elements to disturb peace and tranquility.

Pakistan Books Kashmir Separatists For Corruption

Srinagar 11 Feb: Pakistan's Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has filed a graft case against corrupt Kashmiri separatist leaders weeks after they were charged by the Jammu and Kashmir Police's SIA for allegedly selling MBBS seats in the neighbouring nation to Kashmiri students and using the money to allegedly spread unrest in the Valley.

Delhi Court Issues Arrest Warrants Against 8 HM Terrorists In J&K Terror Funding Case

New Delhi 11 Feb: A Delhi court has issued arrest warrants against eight alleged Hizb-ul-Mujahideen terrorists on charges of money laundering related to funding terrorist and secessionist activities in the Jammu and Kashmir valley. Additional Sessions Judge Parveen Singh issued non-bailable warrants (NBWs) against Gulam Nabi Khan, Umer Faroog Shera, Manzoor Ahmad Dar, Zaffar Hussain Bhat, Nazir Ahmad Dar, Abdul Majeed Sofi, Mubarak Shah and Mohd Yusuf on a plea moved by the Enforcement Directorate (ED).