Entry of labourers, strangers banned into Gandoh to ‘prevent’ braid chopping incidents
Authorities in Gandoh tehsil of Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir have temporarily banned the entry of outside labourers to “prevent” more braid-chopping incidents in the area.
Sub-divisional magistrate, Gandoh Dil Mir Choudhary today ordered an immediate two-month ban on the entry of outside labourers and strangers.
“I, Dil Mir Choudhary (KAS) authorized by section 144 of CrPC , do hereby impose ban on the entry of strangers/unknown persons, pheriwalas, baazigars, Pathans, scent sellers, sadhus, beggars, babas, labourers and street hackers from outside the state without prior permission of the magistrate for period of two months,” said an order, issued by Choudhary.
He said a fresh incident reported today from hamlet Pullaie of village Tilogra has spread a wave of terror among the residents of Gandoh Sub-division, especially among the women folk.
At least one dozen cases have been reported to the Doda Police, including six from Bhadarwah, three from Doda, One from Marmat and two from Gandoh during past one week.