Ultra Held With Pak Wife, 3 Children

Ultra Held With Pak Wife, 3 Children

11 February 2014
The Daily Excelsior


Jammu: Intelligence agencies early today detained a Hizbul Mujahideen militant, his Pakistani wife and three children soon after they reached here after entering into India from Nepal-Uttar Pradesh border. They had reached Nepalís capital Kathmandu from Karachi in Pakistan. The militant has been identified as Arshad Hussain Rangrez son of Bashir Ahmed Rangrez R-o Shah Mohalla, Doda, aged 42. He was accompanied by his wife Sumera Arshad Begum, 36, daughter of Zaheer Ahmad R-o Sham Nagar Charbarji, Lahore, Pakistan and three children Mahrukh, 10, Abiba, 6 and Mohammad Ahmed, 4. After questioning, the Intelligence sleuths handed over all of them to Doda police, where a FIR has been registered against them. All of them have been formally arrested. Rangrez, who had crossed over to Pakistan in 1993, said he had returned under Rehabilitation Police of the State Government for the militants. However, sources said, Nepal route didnít fall under the Rehabilitation Policy. Police was questioning Rangrez to ascertain whether he was involved in any act of militancy.