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'Janbaaz sipahis' of J&K Police subjecting ET group to vendetta
Set up nakas outside shops owned by Early Times, stop customers from making purchases

4/15/2019 6:44:26 AM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Apr 14: 'Janbaaz Sipahis' of Jammu and Kashmir Police can go to any extent to settle their personal scores and harass anyone, who dares to speak the truth.
Since the day Early Times carried a news story against the alleged involvement of the Director General of Police Dilbag Singh in the corruption scandals, the 'janbaaz siphais' are leaving no stone unturned to inflict maximum losses to the business establishments owned by the Early Times group.
For the past many days police have been setting up nakas outside the Manoranjan wine shop at Gole market Gandhi Nagar and outside Royal Bar during the peak business hours. Policemen are stopping the customers from visiting these places and are advising them to visit other shops.
On the directions of their superiors policemen set up naka outside Manoranjan wine shop from 7:00pm to 9:00pm and then from 9:00 pm to 10:30 pm outside the Royal bar. No nakas are set up on the "dry days." We are facing police vendetta for bringing facts to fore.
Early Times since its inception has been exposing the corrupt elements and bringing rot within the system to fore and it has been at the receiving end for siding with the truth.
It's unfortunate that men in uniform, whose prime duty is to protect the people and safeguard the interests of a common man are least bothered about their pledge. By disrupting the business of the two establishments, which are owned by the family members of the Chief Editor of Early Times, Munish Gupta, they have proved it beyond doubt that they can stoop down to any level to settle their personal scores. J&K Police believes that it's above the law and anyone who dares to expose them would have to face the consequences.
Policemen should realize that they are not paid for harassing people their job is to protect the civilians and uphold their rights. Unfortunately J&K Policemen seem to be of the opinion that they are "born to rule" and trampling the rights of people is their right. What an irony!
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