An Afghanistan national was today arrested by police in border district of Baramulla in north Kashmir.
Police sources said 27 year the Afghan national Muhammad Dawood, son of Gul Aga was held from Karalhar area of Baramulla from a vehicle.
They said he was earlier acquitted in a case under FIR number 14/2012 under section 21/29 NDPS Act of police station Special Cell/SR New Delh, was to be to be deported back to his country but came to Kashmir to breach Line of Control and cross illegally over to other side of the border.
However, sources said, government decided to appeal against his acquittal. “His passport lies with Special Cell of Delhi police. He was however under orders to restrict his movements to Lampur, Narela area of New Delhi,” said the sources.
Police sources told Kashmir Dispatch he wanted to ex-flitriate to Pakistan to go back to Afghanistan. “His claim is being verified. He was intercepted at Police checkpoint in Karalhar Baramulla boarding vehicle number JK 01R/8406,” they said, adding that two residents of Uri who were boarding the same vehicle and driver hailing from Qamarwari area of Srinagar were also arrested.
The local fellows are claiming to be not connected with him, the police sources said, adding that investigation however is going on to ascertain the facts.