Fourteen cellphones were recovered during a raid in Baramulla Jail from the possession of inmates. (Source: ANI) Fourteen cellphones were recovered during a raid in Baramulla Jail from the possession of inmates. (Source: ANI)
In a big crackdown, the Jammu & Kashmir police on Sunday recovered 14 cell phones along with some “incriminating material” from inside a sub-jail in Baramulla district of north Kashmir. “FIR has been registered against 10-12 inmates and investigation is on as to how these articles, which are not authorised as per the jail manual, have made entry into jail premises,” a police official said.
A joint search was conducted by Baramulla Police and Jail authorities in sub-jail Baramulla on the basis of information that some “incriminating material” including, unauthorised cell phones were being used inside the jail premises, the official said.
(With agency inputs)
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