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APCC questions govt s silence over J&K DSP s terror nexus


The Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) on Friday questioned the silence of Narendra Modi-led government at the Centre over the arrest of the disgraced J&K DSP Davinder Singh.

Davinder Singh was arrested on Saturday on Saturday along with Hizbul Mujahideen commander Naveed Babu, his accomplice Rafi and a lawyer named Irfan from a car on the highway near Kulgam. He was allegedly helping Babu travel to Pakistan in connivance with Irfan.

Arms and ammunitions were later recovered from multiple raids conducted at the residences of Davinder in Srinagar. The disgraced top cop is currently being interrogated by a joint team of Centre and J&K.

Why are Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah silent on such a catastrophic intelligence and national security breach? The Prime Minister who loves to advertise has been noticeably reluctant to talk about his government s silence on arrest of DySP Davinder Singh. Perhaps, this is happening due to questionable priorities and conspiracy that Modi government is hatching , APCC General Secretary Mina Toko said in a statement.

Toko questioned how the top cop was awarded with the State Gallantry Award in 2018 by the BJP government despite his terror links.

As reported, there are many allegations on Davinder Singh of police encounter, terrorism, bribery and extortion but the irony is that, he was awarded with the State Gallantry Award for his service in 2018 and the Modi government has fondly put him in the frame during the recent visit of foreign envoys to Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) for an assessment of the situation in the region after BJPs imposition of lawless law , she said.

Such drama of BJP definitely invites several questions on national security and intelligence failure under Modi regime, the APCC General Secretary added.

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