Baramulla : Director General of Police Dilbagh Singh on Friday visited north Kashmir’s Baramulla to review the security scenario in the district.
According to Kashmir Despatch Correspondent, The top police chief visited the town a day after police creaked the wine shop attack in town in which four militants, associate were arrested who as per police were behind the attack.
On Thursday Senior Superintendent of Police Baramulla Rayees Bhat breifed media about the development at district police line (DPL) Baramulla and said during the investigation various evidences at the scene of crime were assessed and analysed some critical leads came to the fore including the grenade lever.
“CCTV footage from nearby cameras was also obtained which helped to reconstruct the sequence of events pre and post the incidents, “
He said “On the basis of human and technical intelligence, few suspects were picked up and interrogated. During sustained interrogation, a major breakthrough was achieved by arresting four militants and their one associate of the “Falcum squard” module of LeT/ TRF.
Pertinently, On Tuesday evening two bike-borne militants lobbed grenade on recently opened wine shop.
As reported by this newspaper the pillion rider wearing a burka walked to the window of the said wine shop and dropped a grenade inside the shop through the port hole window and thereafter fled away on the bike from the spot.
In this terror attack four innocent lives were affected among one was succumbed to his injuries.
They were identified as (Deceased) Ranjit Singh son of Krishan Lal (52) of Rajouri, while the injured persons were identified as Goverdan Singh son of Gajender Singh (35) of Kathua, Govid Singh son of Gurdev Singh of Rajouri and Ravi Kumar son of Kartar Chand of Kathua.