ACB’s Fake Module Busted in Anantnag: Police

Srinagar, May 20 (GNS): Police on Friday said to have busted a fake module of Anti-corruption Bureau in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district.

“On 15-05-2022, Police Post Janglatmandi received a complaint from one person namely Javid Ahmad Dar son of Ali Mohd Dar resident of Mirgund Khanabal who is the owner of brick kiln at Bulbul Nowgam Anantnag, that four persons with ID Cards of an NGO Namely National Anti Crime, Anti Drugs and investigative intelligence media Service, impersonated as ACB officials came at his brick kiln and demanded bribe of rupees one lakh and later he gave them Rs 20000”, said a police spokesperson in a statement to GNS.

“On receipt of this information case under relevant sections got registered in Police Station Anantnag and Police party from Police Post Janlatmandi swung into action and during course of investigation four accused persons namely Shariq Mohi ud din Sheikh son of Gh Mohi ud din Sheikh, Ameer Hassan Naikoo son of Gh. Hassan Naikoo, both residents of Batgund Dooru, Subzar Ahmad Parry son of Bashir Ahmad Parry resident of Manzmo Qazigund and Mozin Nazir Bhat son of Nazir Ahmad Bhat Resident of Nagbal Banihal were arrested”, the statement reads.

“ID Cards of Crime Investigation and Anti Corruption Bureau (NGO) and 24000 Rs in cash were recovered from their possession and the vehicle bearing registration number JK19-4377 which was used for the commission of crime was also seized”, maintained the statement.

The general public is requested to come forward and assist police in nabbing such elements, the police further exhorted. (GNS)

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