New Delhi, Jan 16: The Jammu and Kashmir police who arrested Deputy Superintendent of Police Davinder Singh will question the officer for his alleged links with Afzal Guru. He would be questioned for his links with Afzal Guru, Kumar said.
He also said that another person, a lawyer by profession had also been caught. In the year 2004, Afzal Guru, who was lodged in the Tihar jail had written a letter to his lawyer.
In the letter he had said that Singh then posted with the J&K Police’s Special Operations Group had asked him to take Mohammad, a Pakistani national identified as one of those who carried out the Parliament attack to Delhi, rent a flat and purchase a car for him.
New Delhi, Jan 14: The decorated police officer Davinder Singh, who has been arrested on terror charges had left the Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists stay at his home before leaving for Jammu.
Singh is alleged to have brought Naveed Babu, Mir Irfan and Rafi Rather from Shopian to Srinagar on Friday evening. On Saturday, they set out to Jammu, from where they were planning on going to New Delhi.
However before he could leave, the police arrested him sources familiar with the developments confirmed to OneIndia.
New Delhi, Jan 13: The Jammu and Kashmir police who detained a Deputy Superintendent of Police will question the officer for his alleged links with Afzal Guru. Inspector General of Police, Kashmir range, Vijay Kumar while confirming the arrest of Davinder Singh said that the officer would be treated like any other terrorist.
He would be questioned for his links with Afzal Guru, Kumar said. He also said that another person, a lawyer by profession had also bee caught. Singh on the other hand is a decorated police officer who had served in the Special Operations Group and had earned a President’s medal.
Protests in JNU continue even though the administration decided to partially roll back the hostel fee hike only for students below the poverty line category and removed the provisions for the curfew timing and also the dress code
JNU wall of shame, shut down JNU, Left Killing JNU are some of the trends one has been seeing on social media for quite some time. The Jawaharlal Nehru University is back in the news and yet again for all the wrong reasons.
While this time the ongoing protest is largely over the proposed fee hike provision in the Draft Hostel Manual, back in 2016 it was about Azfal Guru. The students have also been protesting the new rules pertaining to the deadline to return to the hostels and also the dress code.
The horrific Nagrota attack which was carried out on November 29 2016 was the handiwork of the Jaish-e-Mohammad, the National Investigation Agency has said. The attack was significant in a lot of ways.
Jammu and Kashmir witnessed two dreaded attacks in quick succession. Both were meant to coincide with the death anniversaries of Afzal Guru and Maqbool Bhat apart from the growing adventurism by Pakistan to step up the heat in the Valley.
The Pathankot probe may be going no where in Pakistan, but in India, the National Investigation Agency continues to get more evidence. The Jaish-e-Mohammad which was behind this attack had one single agenda while carrying out the attack at Pathankot and two in Jammu and Kashmir. They were attempting to rake up the Afzal Guru issue.The Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists who carried out the attacks left behind notes which clearly indicate that they were fighting for the cause of Afzal Guru who was hanged after being held guilty in the Parliament attack case. The forensic examination of the notes has certified them as genuine.