Jammu, Jan 3: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Tuesday visited the Dangri of Rajouri district and collected evidence from the incident spot where six people including two minors were killed in firing and IED explosion on January 1 and January 2.
Meanwhile, Jammu Police have announced a reward of Rs 10 lakh to anybody sharing information about terrorists involved in the killing of innocent civilians.
“The NIA team this morning visited the site of attacks to investigate the matter,” official sources added.
Additional Director General of Police, Jammu Zone, Mukesh Singh in a message circulated on social media said, “anybody sharing specific information regarding the terrorists involved in the gruesome terror attack at Dhangri, Rajouri shall be rewarded Rs 10 Lakh.”
“The details of the informer shall be kept secret,” the message read. The telephone numbers 9596520120, 7006699696, 01962-262515 have also been shared by the police.
In the meanwhile, District administration Samba has imposed night curfew in one kilometre area for a period of two months from an international border in Samba district of Jammu and Kashmir.
As per the order issued by the District Magistrate Samba, Anuradha Gupta said that in view of prevailing security situation vis-a-vis upcoming Republic Day, under section 144 of Criminal Procedure Code, it has been ordered that no person or group of persons, shall move in the area up to one-km along the international border in district Samba from 9 pm to 6 am.
“The BSF authorities during the meeting of District Level Standing Committee on Border Security, took up the issue of imposition of night curfew in the border area, in a strip of 1-Km from the international border from 9 pm to 6 am daily, enabling them to perform their duties more effectively,” said the District Magistrate.
She said that to ensure smooth functioning as well as better domination of border by BSF authorities, close to the border areas and to preclude nefarious activities close to these belts, the regulation in the movement of people has become imminent particularly in the area upto One Km from the International Border.
“It is felt by the District Administration, that it is expedient that the movement of people in border areas is regulated so that there is better area domination by BSF in border areas and nefarious designs of forces inimical to Indian security are subverted,” she said. “In case the movement is necessary, the person or persons are required to produce their respective ID Cards.” (KNO)
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