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Killing of BJP leader: Bandipora Police Station under scanner for lapse
7/16/2020 12:15:53 AM

Early Times Report

Jammu, July 15: The police station at Bandipora has come under the scanner for alleged negligence on its part in the recent killing of Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) leader Wasim Bari and his two family members in north Kashmir.
While the police instantly dismissed from services all the ten cops posted with the BJP leader for his security and they have also been arrested, the security lapse on the part of concerned police station has also come under the lens.
Sources said the police station is opposite to the spot where the militants pumped bullets in the BJP leader, his father and brother.
Sources said the security experts have raised questions that if such was the “free movement of militants near police stations what about the safety across Kashmir.”
Sources said the PSO on duty with the BJP leader were dismissed from services only after seeing the CCTV footage of the cameras installed at the police station.
“If the CCTV was keeping an eye why was the concerned police station so silent,” asked a senior official in know of the matter.
Sources said the alleged negligence on the part of the concerned police station was being looked into.
“The police station should have tried to chase the terrorists,” said one expert.
The Inspector General of Police (IGP)-Kashmir Vijay Kumar said the killing of BJP leader and district president and his two family members was a pre-planned attack by Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militants.
The IGP said two militants involved in the attack have been identified. “They are Abid, a local, and a foreigner terrorist from Pakistan. It was a pre-planned attack of the LeT,” Kumar said.
As per police Bari had gone to see his relatives. When he returned home, his SPOs retired to their rest room. He had joined his father and brother at their shop when the militants attacked. “If the two SPOs had been accompanying him, they [the SPOs] would have neutralised them [the militants],” IGP Kumar said.
The police suspect that Bari’s movements had been watched throughout the day. “One terrorist opened fire from a pistol on Bari and his brother and father from a close range, hitting their vitals. The other terrorist was maintaining a vigil nearby,” IGP Kumar had said.
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