In Jammu and Kashmir, in a significant operation, Police yesterday detained three over-ground workers (OGWs) of the banned Hizbul Mujahideen terror outfit under the stringent Public Safety Act (PSA) in Kishtwar district.
Touseef-ul-Nabi, Zahoor-ul-Hassan, and Reyaz Ahmad were taken into custody by the Police under the PSA law that allows detention without charge or trial for up to two years in some cases on the recommendations of the police.

A dossier was prepared by police against the trio and submitted to the deputy commissioner, Kishtwar who approved their detention under Public Safety Act, 1978 (PSA). After getting the necessary approval, the three OGWs were detained and shifted to jail. This proactive move is aimed at curbing anti-national activities and protecting the youth of the Kishtwar district from being lured into

banned organizations.

These individuals had previously been involved in various FIRs due to their continued engagement in anti-national activities and role in motivating local youths to join banned organizations, so the imposition of the PSA was deemed necessary.

SSP Kishtwar, Khalil Poswal, emphasized that Kishtwar Police is pursuing a multi-pronged strategy to address the issue of anti-national and anti-social elements, ensuring the safety and well-being of the community. 

However, the general public of the district has been urged to play an active role in maintaining the security of Kishtwar by reporting any information related to anti-national, anti-social, or drug-related activities in their vicinity immediately to the mobile number 9906154100.

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