3 police stations to tackle cyber crimes established in JK: Govt

Srinagar, Jan 12: To tackle the cyber crimes in the state, the government on Friday said that it have established three special police cells to deal with the crime.

Replying to a question of MLA Anjum Fazili, chief minister and the minister Incharge (Home) Mehbooba Mufti said that there has been an increase in registration of Cyber related cases in the year 2017 as compared to the year 2016.

 “To tackle the Cyber crimes in the state, three Cyber Crime Police Cells one each at Jammu, Srinagar and Crime Headquarters J&K, have been established. Sufficient number of trained officers / staff has been deployed at Cyber Police Cells to investigate /monitor all crimes related to cyber offences”, the minister according to GNS said. (GNS)