Militants use mobile phones in Kashmir jail

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    Militants use mobile phones in Kashmir jail
    India - 18 april 2011

    SRINAGAR: A day after the Kashmir police claimed that the conspiracy to kill the president of Jamait-Ahl-e-Hadees had been hatched in Central Jail Srinagar, cops on Sunday raided the jail premises and discovered that several detained militants were fully equipped with the means of communication. The police recovered seven mobile phones and 15 SIM cards from jail inmates.

    The police party led by IG Kashmir S M Sahai questioned several detainees in the jail and searched various barracks. Sahai on Saturday had claimed that some militants including Qasim Faktoo undergoing sentence in central jail hatched a conspiracy to kill Moulana Showkat Shah, chief of Jamait-Ahl-e-Hadees.

    Use of communication equipment like phones, smart-phones and computers with internet access is prohibited in all jails.

    Source: The Times of India

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