Published: July 23, 2020 6:57:06 am
A BSF constable, who was apprehended in Jammu and Kashmir’s Samba sector for alleged hyperlinks with trans-border smugglers and “anti-national parts”, has been dismissed from service, the pressure stated.
Sumit Kumar of Punjab’s Gurdaspur district was held by the BSF on July 11 following inputs by Punjab Police. One 9 mm pistol together with two magazines, 80 rounds and two rounds of 12 bore rifle had been seized from him.
A BSF spokesperson stated a departmental courtroom of enquiry was held in opposition to Kumar quickly after his arrest and he was handed over to Punjab Police for additional investigation, and a case was registered in opposition to him at Katarpur police station in Jalandhar Rural beneath IPC Sections 302, 506, 34, 120B, 212 and 216 apart from Section 24/25/59 of the Arms Act and Section 29/61/85 of the NDPS Act.
The Punjab Police additionally recovered Rs 32.30 lakh from his home at Gurdaspur.
The BSF spokesperson stated that throughout the inquiry, it was revealed that Kumar throughout his “deployment on the worldwide border… had connived with anti-national parts/trans border smugglers and facilitated them in crossing of narcotics substances and pistol from his place of responsibility within the month of July this 12 months”.
Inspector General BSF Jammu N S Jamwal stated Punjab Police is investigating this case. He stated that at current, eight individuals, together with Kumar and one Armyman have been arrested.
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