Indian Army Found Involved In Trafficking of Muslim Kashmiri Girls

SRINAGAR: Local Tourist police of Occupied Kashmir foiled attempt to smuggle out two girls hailing from Teetwal Kupwara district by an Indian Army soldier at Srinagar Airport.

According to information gathered by the Regional Telegraph, the Muslim Kashmiri girls were handed over to police station Humhama while the army soldier was being questioned at police station.

The army soldier has been identified as Sepoy Roshan Kumar of 17 Bihar Regiment, and was posted at Teetwal, Kupwara district in Occupied Kashmir.

It is pertinent to mention here that exactly the same attempt was made on Sep 12 this month, when another Indian Army trooper Lance Naik Ashok Kumar Paul son of Rajander Pal, a resident of Uttar Pradesh deputed at Ajas Bandipora with 13 Rashtriya Rifles was arrested while trying to smuggle two Bandipora girls.

Lance Naik Ashok Kumar

The Regional Telegraph has learnt that local police, predominantly Muslim, have come to know about Indian Army personnel making multiple attempts to smuggle Kashmiri girls to other parts of India.

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