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|Show cause notice issued to MLAs who met tainted Cops: Dr Farooq |
‘DGP must probe consequences responsible for cricketers’ embarrassment’
Jammu (India) October 18, 2009
Report & Images by Raman Raina
enouncing and expressing deep sorrow over the custodial death of Rajneesh Kumar Sharma in, Ram Munshi Bagh Police Station, Srinagar in a kidnap case of a Kashmiri Muslim girl, Dr Farooq Abdullah, Union Minister for New & Renewable Energy and President National Conference (NC) said, “Rajneesh Ko Badi Berahmi Say Mara Gaya,” he was killed brutally. He also said Provincial President of Jammu has issued show cause notice to its 3 MLAs who met tainted police officers, while demanding probe into the telephone-call which became the cause of embarrassment for Kashmiri cricket players in Banglore.
Talking to media persons on the sidelines of party meeting at its headquarters here he was replying when asked that the recent series of development in this state have lowered the police credibility.
Stressing that the matter should be properly probed, he further said advising the Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah to take more remedial measures to restore people’s confidence on police.
On another sensational issue, reportedly, of meeting 3-NC MLAs’ with tainted police officers including Ex-SSP, Manohar Singh recently in Kot Bhalwal Jail here he said that the Provincial President of the party, Rattan Lal Gupta has sent show cause notice to them and awaits their (MLAs) response for any action.
It was reported that 3 MLAs of the party met Ex-SSP, Manohar Singh an accused of tampering the evidences of much publicized Amandeep Singh murder case.
When asked his reaction about the statement of Home Minister, P Chidambaram on initiation of dialogue with all representatives including separatist to resolve Kashmir problem, Dr Farooq said that the statement of Home Minister is quite clear and for all shades of opinion. Centre is willing to talk to all across the table, he claimed.
On the embarrassment of 2 Kashmiri Cricket Players at the hands of Bangalore Police, he also being President of J&K Cricket Association (JKCA) said someone, probably non-selectors, from this state rang-up Bangalore Police informing them to check the kit of the players containing some objectionable items. This kind of things should not happen in future he lamented, demanding DGP to take up the matter seriously and get investigated.
The cricketers from this state have gone to take part in the under-22 C K Naidu Tournament to be started from 22nd of this month.
When asked, he expressed his displeasure over the killing of innocent people in Pakistan in the deadly and more escalating terror attacks and said, “We have been facing it for last twenty years. India is aware of it and making all efforts to make its borders strong whether with Pakistan or China”.
|Raman Raina is Shehjar's Chief Photo Journalist based in Jammi, India.|
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