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Arrested Dy SP will be treated as terrorist

By Indian Mandarins- 12 Jan 2020
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A day after Davinder Singh, Deputy Superintendent (DSP) of J&K Police, was caught along with two militants the IG Kashmir Vijay Kumar II (IPS:1997:JK) stated in a presser that the "officer" will be dealt at par with militants. DIG of South Kashmir Atul Kumar Goel (IPS:2004) was supervising the operation and caught the car at a police barricade at Mir Bazar in Kulgam of south Kashmir. The culprit DSP was posted at the airport and he was alleged to have been ferrying the militants from the Shopian area, possibly out of the Valley.

DSP was under surveillance for the past two months over suspicious activity. Combined with human intelligence, round the clock surveillance was kept on Singh's activity.

 

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