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Three youth booked under PSA in Pulwama

Three youth booked under PSA in Pulwama
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Family seeks help from Governor

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Pulwama: Three youth from South Kashmir’s Pulwamadistrict were on Saturday booked under Public Safety Act (PSA) and have been shifted to Kotbalwal Jail in Jammu jail for allegedly working as Over Ground Workers (OGW).
Officials identified the trio as AamirShafi (25), son of Mohammad ShafiBhat of KarimabadPulwama, Mohammad Shafi Mir (28), son of Mohammad Ramzan Mir of KharporaSirnoo and Suhail Ahmad Wagay (22), son of Gulam Mohammad Wagay of Sirnoo.
A police official told ‘Kashmir Vision’ that the trio was involved in many stone pelting incidents and were instigating others in it. “They were also working as Over Ground Workers of militants,” he said.
He added that they have been booked under the PSA vide order no for Amir Shafi as warrant number DMP/PSA/19/01 Dated 17/01/2019, Mohammad Shafi Mir as warrant number DMP/PSA /19/02 Dated 17/01/2019 and Suhail Ahmad Wagay as warrant no DMP /PSA/19/03 Dated 17/01/2019 through police station Pulwama.
Sources said that on Friday dossier prepared by police were signed by Deputy Commissioner Pulwama and on Friday evening trio were jointly shifted to KotBhalwal Jammu.
Aamir and his father as per their family members were arrested last month; however his father who according to them is suffering from tumour was released after severe torture. “Aamir was our lone bread earner and was taking care of the medicines of his ailing father,” they said.
Aamir’s family comprising ailing father, two sisters, wife, a little baby and mother urged authorities especially Governor Satya Pal Malik to release him on humanitarian grounds as the family has no earning hand besides him.
Mohammad Shafi who according to his family was working at a local mobile shop before arrested by forces soon after killing of army man turned militant ZahoorThoker and two associates.
Belonging to a very poor family, Shafi is survived by old father, sister and brother.
His family also urged governor administration to look into the matter as family has no source of income as Shafi was only earning hand in Mir family.
Suhail Ahmed a B.Sc student at Banglore who according to his family returned home two months back to appear in an exam at SKIMS Soura however he was arrested by forces before appearing in examination.
His family members said that he was pursuing B.Sc in Banglore and by arresting him and booking under PSA, his carrier will get affected. His father was toiling hard so that Suhail could study further but forces have booked him under false cases and are spoiling his carrier, they said.
Suhail’s family comprising two sisters besides parents urged Governor led administration to look into the issue on humanitarian ground and order his immediate release so that his future may not get affected.


Jahangeer Ganaie

Jahangeer Ganaie is a reporter and covers regional news and can be contacted [email protected]

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