Who is DSP Davinder Singh, the cop who was ferrying terrorists in South Kashmir?

The Jammu and Kashmir police finds itself in an awkward position after the arrest of Deputy Superintendent of Police Davinder Singh, a decorated officer, who was allegedly ferrying two terrorists.

AK 47s, grenades and other arms and ammunition were recovered from the vehicle Davinder was travelling in as well as the DSP’s Srinagar home.

One of the terrorists arrested is reportedly a top commander of the Hizbul Mujahideen.

The cop has been booked under the Arms Act, Unlawful Activities Act and the Explosive Substances Act.

Besides Davinder and the two terrorists, a fourth man was also in the vehicle, which was flagged down by the police at a checkpoint in South Kashmir. The police described this man as an “overground worker”, which referrers to a person who provides logistical and other support to terrorists.

The vehicle was headed for Jammu. The Shopian police got an input that the two terrorists were in the vehicle, Inspector General of Police (Kashmir) Vijay Kumar told the media. “Since the vehicle was moving at a fast speed, SP Shopian informed me and I directed DIG South Kashmir to place a checkpoint in his area,” he said.

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