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LG takes serious note of security lapses, officers to face action
1/2/2023 11:11:17 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 2: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha has taken serious note of the brazen security lapse after the Dhangri terror attack on Sunday evening.
During his visit to the spot, locals informed Lieutenant Governor about the casual attitude of the local police and civil administration in cleaning the terror-affected village after the attack.
The Lieutenant Governor assured the locals that all such issues will be taken into consideration. After killing four civilians on Sunday evening terrorists planted IEDs inside the houses of some of the victims. Despite conducting a search of the area forces failed to detect IEDs planted by the terrorists.
Making a mockery of the security arrangements, terrorists within hours after killing four civilians in Dangri village of Rajouri district trigged a massive blast in the same village on Monday morning claiming the lives of two minor children.
Two children died after an explosion rocked Rajouri on Monday.
Four others were injured in the explosion.
According to the details, the blast was reported in Dangri village, near the house of a civilian who was shot dead by terrorists on Sunday.
Unconfirmed reports said that after selectively targeting three families of the minority community in the Dangri village, terrorists planted an IED outside the house of one of the victims.
“This morning when a large number of people were gathered outside the victim’s house, a big explosion took place in which half a dozen persons were seriously injured and later two minors succumbed to the injuries”, reports said.
Anger is brewing among people against security forces for their failure to detect Improvised Explosive Devises (IEDs) planted by the terrorists after conducting selective killings of the members of the minority community.
Reports said that after terrorists resorted to indiscriminate firing most of the villagers shifted the injured to the hospital. Some of the villagers ran away from the village.
Taking advantage of the situation, terrorists planted three IEDs in the houses of the victims. This morning terrorists executed a blast with one IED.
Shockingly, after the terror attack on Sunday evening, security forces including J&K Police conducted combing and search operations in the village but they failed to detect the IEDs planted by terrorists.
As reported earlier, three terrorists opened fire targeting three houses of the minority community at village Daangri, about eight kilometres from Rajouri town on Monday evening killing four civilians including a father-son duo and a PHE employee, and injuring six others.
The terror attack came just days after two civilians were killed outside an Army gate in Rajouri town amid reports that they were gunned down by the terrorists.
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