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Police arrest ‘wanted’ Hurriyat (G) activist in North Kashmir

Suhail Khan

Srinagar, Feb 13: Police arrested a “wanted” Hurriyat Conference (G) activist in a raid late last night at Kralgund area of Handwara in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district.

Reports reaching news agency said that a police team on late Tuesday night arrested the Hurriyat (G) activist Mohammad Akram Nagar son of Abdul Gaffar during a raid at Kralgund.

A police officer said that Akram is an activist of Hurriyat (G) and was evading arrest since 2015. “He is involved in many violence-related incidents,” he said.

Many FIRs including 30/2015, 68/ 2016 and  69/2016 under sections 148, 149, 336, 307 and 427 RPC stand registered in police station Kralgund against Akram, the officer said. (GNS)

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