Anticlimax of Jammu nomad family attack, booked by police
Srinagar: On one hand police in Reasi released all the eleven accused of attacking the Gujjar family for transporting cows, on the other the same police has booked four members of the same family on the charge of not seeking the required permission from deputy commissioner to transport bovine. Under the law any person who has to transport bovine has to seek prior permission from the concerned deputy commissioner, police said.
Reports said that police in the FIR against the eleven accused persons has made a very weak case and has not booked them for attempt to murder, even after the video of the attack surfaced on the social media. Gujjar leader Mian Altaf Ahmed has already demanded action against the police for inaction and has also sought booking of culprits for attempt to murder of the Muslim Gujjar family.