The Newsfeed

Attack on minority: Budgam police produces charge sheet against 4 accused


BUDGAM: The Budgam police on Thursday produced a charge sheet against 4 people including a juvenile who was involved in the attack on a minority at Gopalpora Chadoora in Budgam district.

In a statement police, Budgam Police today produced a chargesheet against  04 accused (03 adults, and 01 juvenile) in a case of terror incident on minorities at Gopalpora Chadoora.

On 15 August 2022 at around 20:15 hours, a grenade attack took place on a minority house at Gopalpora Chadoora in which one member of the minority community namely Karan Kumar S/o Anil Kumar R/o Gopalpora Chadoora got injured and was evacuated to the hospital, the statement reads.

Upon this case, FIR number 147/2022 under sections 307 IPC and 16 ULA(P) Act was registered at Police Station Chadoora and an investigation was taken up. During the investigation of the case offences under section 307 IPC, 16, 18,23 39 ULA(P) was established against the above 04 accused (including one juvenile) and the chargesheet to this effect was produced before Competent Court today in the quickest possible time of 72 days after obtaining the Sanction from the Competent Authority, police said in the statement.

The arrested persons have been identified as  Altaf Farooq Rather S/o Farooq Ahmad Rather R/O Dharambugh Kralpora. Suhail Ahmad Malik S/O Abdul Hamid Malik R/O Panzan Chadoora. Faizan Khursheed Panjabi S/O Khursheed Ahmad R/o Dharambugh Kralpora and a juvenile.



The Dispatch is present across a number of social media platforms. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for exciting videos; join us on Facebook, Intagram and Twitter for quick updates and discussions. We are also available on the Telegram. Follow us on Pinterest for thousands of pictures and graphics. We care to respond to text messages on WhatsApp at 8082480136 [No calls accepted]. To contribute an article or pitch a story idea, write to us at [email protected] |Click to know more about The Dispatch, our standards and policies