Police attaches shop of suspected militant in JK

Srinagar: Police in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag district on Wednesday attached a shop of a suspected militant which was alleged used for carrying out the killing of a circus performer in May this year.
Deepak Kumar alias Deepu, a circus performer and a resident of Udhampur was shot dead by unidentified militants on May 29 in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district.
Accordingly, a case was registered and investigation was initiated by the police.
Police said during the course of investigation, six terrorists were arrested who were identified as Sehran Bashir Nadaf of Shirpora Deva Colony, Ubaid Nazir Laigroo of Shirpora New Colony, Umer Amin Thoker of Waghama, Huzaif Shabir Bhat of Wachi Shopian, Nasir Farooq Shah of Wanteng Mohalla Bijbehara and Suveed Showkat Bhat of Fatehpora.
“The arrested terrorists were linked with Kashmir Freedom Fighter, an offshoot of proscribed terrorist outfit JeM,” a police spokesman said.
“During further course of investigation, a shop under the name “The Game Modification” situated at Zirpara Bijbehara, run by accused Umer Amin Thoker used for the afore mentioned terror attack is attached under section 25 UAPA by Anantnag Police,” he added.
UNI

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