J&K DGP’s ‘talking nonsense’ criticism as Mufti cast doubt on meeting with Srinagar | Latest news India

After Mehbooba Mufti, the leader of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), expressed doubts about the meeting in the Rambagh area of ​​Srinagar, the director-general of police for Jammu and Kashmir said on Thursday that some people “have gone as murderers as innocents.” consider”. On Wednesday, Jammu and Kashmir police neutralized three terrorists, one of them identified as Mehran Yaseen Shalla, a top commander of The Resistance Force (TRF).

However, former Jammu and Kashmir chief Mehbooba Mufti claimed that the official version was “far from the truth” and not in line with “ground reality”. Referring to the controversial Hyderpora meeting in which two civilians were killed, Mufti said there are also “legitimate doubts” about the authenticity of the Rambagh meeting.

“Following yesterday’s alleged meeting in Rambagh, legitimate doubts arise about its authenticity. According to reports and witnesses, it appears that the shooting was one-sided. Once again the official version is far from the truth with the reality on the ground as seen in Shopian, HMT & Hyderpora,” she tweeted.

Police said Mehran was involved in the recent killings of two teachers and other civilians in the Valley, prompting security forces to ramp up counter-terrorism operations. The other two terrorists killed in the encounter were identified as Manzoor Ahmad Mir and Arafat Ahmad Sheikh, both residents of Pulwama.

When asked about the PDP leader’s doubts about the legitimacy of the meeting, Jammu and Kashmir DGP Dilbagh Singh said that some people understand the reality on the ground but are trying to say otherwise.

In a strong response, Singh said it is high time people looked at reality “without confusing it with their imagination”. He added that the “meeting has brought relief to the people who have lost their loved ones, therefore anyone spouting nonsense is absolutely unjustified”.

“There are people who understand reality, but try to say something that is outside of reality… Unfortunately, there are people who come to see murderers as innocent people,” Singh said.

Singh said all but one of the terrorists involved with the recent civilians are still alive as the search continues.

“After the (civil) murders, dozens of successful operations have taken place, more than 20 terrorists have been shot. All the terrorists involved in the recent civilian killings were killed in these encounters. Only one terrorist, Basit remains. A search is underway,” he said.


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