GPS-enabled anklet
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SRINAGAR — Police in northern Kashmir’s Baramulla district on Wednesday said they had deployed a GPS-enabled anklet on a bailed-out Lashkar-e-Taiba militant associate for better surveillance to track his movements.

An official quoted by the news agency Kashmir Scroll said that in compliance with an order received from the Hon’ble Court, police in Baramulla today affixed a GPS tracking device on an under-trial militant associate who was enlarged on bail in a UA(P) case of Police Station Uri.

The accused was arrested in case FIR No. 104/2023 under sections 13, 18, 18B, 20, 23, 40 UA(P) Act, 120-B IPC, 7/25 Arms Act of Police Station Uri and has been enlarged bail by the Hon’ble Court.

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He said the GPS anklet will be used to monitor the movement of the said militant associate and ensure that he doesn’t violate the bail conditions.

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