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Police held counseling session with youth and village elders in Budgam,Stolen vehicle found in Budgam


Srinagar,April 24,2018-CNS:-Police Budgam held a counselling session with the misguided young boys who were indulging in stone pelting and the elders of Nasrullahpora area.
The counselling session was organised by District Police Budgam under the supervision of SSP Budgam Shri Tejinder Singh accompanied by DySP Hqrs Shri Feroz Yehya and SHO Police Station Budgam Shri Rafi Ahmad.
The participants were briefed about the role of police in society and how they are committed for the safety and security of common people.
After having identified the said young boys on the basis of technical and human sources they were summoned for counseling.
Some boys who are students are too young to be treated as offenders as most of them are still in their tender age.
The Budgam Police took a sympathetic, kind and humane consideration of the matter and conducted a thorough counseling where they were made aware of their capabilities and potentialities. The means to channelize their talent in the best possible way so that they can become productive for their family as well as for the society were also discussed.
The young boys as well as their parents were assured full support of the Budgam police in facilitating in their studies and sports activities.
The parents of the counselled boys thanked the Budgam Police. The instigators of these young boys have also been identified against whom a strict action will be taken
Meanwhile,Police Party of Police Station Khag while conducting patrolling in general area of Khag found one unclaimed Maruti 800 vehicle without registration number in suspicious conditions and accordingly the said vehicle was seized under 550 CrPC.
Upon checking the said vehicle its engine number was found as F8BIN-3566866 and Chasis NO. as A3ECA125022549896_C6.
In order to locate the owner of the vehicle, a signal was flashed to all SHOs & DOs of the Kashmir Valley.
On 23-04-2018, a Police Party from Police Station Batamaloo along with the owner of the vehicle identified as Riyaz Ahmad Wani son of Mohammed Yousuf Wani resident of Khomeini Chowk Bemina, approached Police Station Khag stating that he is the owner of the vehicle and  the said vehicle was stolen from Tengpora Batamaloo and a case in this regard stands registered in Police Station Batamaloo vide  FIR No. 23/2018 under section 379 RPC.
After completing legal formalities, the said vehicle was handed over to its owner at Police Station Khag.
The owner of the vehicle appreciated the efforts of police