By Observer News Service

Srinagar- Jammu and Kashmir Government Saturday dismissed four employees including two cops, a teacher and an assistant lineman in Jal Shakti department over anti-national activities.

In a statement, a spokesperson said that the activities of these employees had come to the adverse notice of law enforcement and intelligence agencies, as they found them involved in activities prejudicial to the interests of the State, such as involvement in terror related activities.

The statement reads that Abdul Rehman Dar, selection grade constable in police department was involved only in carrying illegal arms and ammunition from one place to another for terrorists, but also providing camouflage uniform cloth and other material to them, taking undue and criminal advantage of being in the department.

It added that Ghulam Rasool Bhat, a police constable, is also involved in the commission of offence of carrying illegal arms and ammunition from one place to another for terrorists. 

“As Kote NCO in the rmory of a district, he was supplying ammunition and weapons to the terrorists for a long time. He was linked to the terrorist ecosystem, through a network of OGWs, who have been operating at the behest of terrorist outfits based in Pakistan”, it reads.

This story was originally published in Read the full story here.