J&K govt registers 444 cases against forces
Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir government on Monday said
444 cases were registered against the security forces and
police in Jammu and Kashmir during the last three years, Chief
Minister Omar Abdullah informed the state Assembly today.
Of these FIRs lodged in connection with various offences,
304 have been registered in Jammu division and 140 in Kashmir
division, he said adding that the highest number of 97 cases
have been registered in Jammu followed by 88 in Doda district
and 36 in Srinagar district.
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