Jammu and Kashmir’s police officer Davinder Singh admits that he got 12 lakh rupees from terrorist to help them to reach dehli . He has also sheltered terrorists in his home in Srinagar.
The Deputy Superintendent of Police arrested on Saturday with three Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists. The details emerged after raids at Davinder Singh’s home soon after the arrest. An AK rifle and two pistols were found, according to sources.
Singh a decorated officer was allegedly transporting hardcore terrorists out of Kashmir when he was caught on the Jammu-Srinagar highway. Investigations reveal that the three terrorists captured with the officer had stayed at his heavily-guarded home in Srinagar’s Badami Bagh cantonment.
Sources say Davinder Singh escorted the terrorists from Shopian in south Kashmir to his home on Friday and had them stay overnight. Top Hizbul Mujahideen commander Naveed Babu, who is also police deserter, and his two accomplices Irfan and Rafi, spent the night in the home right next to the Army’s 15 Corps Headquarters.
Sources say they set out on Saturday morning for Jammu, from where they were planning to go to Delhi.
that the police officer, who was awarded President’s Police Medal for Gallantry just six months ago, had transported Naveed multiple times to different places. Last year, he had transported him to Jammu.
Sources say Singh is being treated like a terrorist and is being interrogated by a joint team of security and intelligence agencies. Among the questions they want answers to is whether Singh’s visit to Delhi is linked to Republic Day, just two weeks away.