J&K Police

SRINAGAR — Srinagar police on Friday said to have solved Pandach militant attack case and arrested five accused persons in this regard and have seized two ambulance and two motorcycles from their possession.

According to police statement, “District Police Srinagar solved the Pandach militant attack case which took place on 20/05/2020, in which 02 BSF jawans of 37 Bn got martyred.”

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Police had arrested five uncategorized militants of ISJK who helped in transporting, logistics, planning and executing the attack, in case FIR No. 48/2020 U/S 302, 395 IPC, Sections 7/25, 7/ 27 Arms Act, Sections 16, 18, 19, 23 ULAP Act of Police Station Soura.

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During further of investigation, four vehicles were recovered which include two private ambulances functioning at SKIMS, a bike and a Scooty.

The statement further reads, “Accordingly, approval for seizure of the above vehicles was sought from the DGP JKP Dilbagh Singh – IPS. Today, wide No. legal GB – 15/111/2020, DGP JKP Dilbagh Singh has accorded approval for seizure of the above vehicles.”

“It is pertinent to mention here that the ambulance JK01AD0915 was used to transport the militants from Bijbehara to Pandach, Srinagar.”

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“Bike No. JK01AH2989 and Scooty no JK01V 8288 were used to carry out the attack and escape after looting of weapons from the injured jawans. Ambulance JK01AF 9417 was used to transport the militants back to Bijbehara from Srinagar.”

“Furthermore, categorized militants of ISJK involved in the attack have also been neutralized in two separate encounters at Zadibal, Srinagar and Hatigam, Bijbehara and looted weapons of BSF jawans have also been recovered,” it said.

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