Jammu and Kashmir: Terrorist outfits infiltrating the police system have infiltrated from inside and outside the jail

Ajay Meenya, Amar Ujala, Jammu

Published by: Vikas Kumar
Tuesday, 26 October 2021 Updated to 01:00 AM IST

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Two police constable and jail break cases were registered during the week. Terrorist organizations have also taken the DSP level officer into confidence and recruited them.

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– Photo: Amar Ujala

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Terrorist organizations are also infiltrating the police and security systems. Terrorist organizations have established ties from prisons to the outside. This includes the police. Just a week ago, a policeman living in Anantnag was arrested for providing weapons and other assistance to terrorists. Now in Kot Bhalwal jail in Jammu, a mobile phone has been seized from a militant man who was sitting in jail and involved in an encounter in Poonch.

This is not the first time. It is clear from the last few times how terrorists have entered the police system and run their network. On October 21, police arrested Ashfaq Malik of Verinag in Anantnag. Ashfaq Lashkar-e-Taiba operates for Toiba terrorists. He was also involved in a case of weapons thrown by a Pakistani drone at Suhanjana in Falaye Mandal. Pakistani militant Zia Mustafa was arrested three days ago at Kot Bhalwal Jail in Jammu. Poonch is conducting an encounter through his mobile from jail. Terrorist organizations run their network by infiltrating the police and prison system, which raises questions about the security system of the police and prison administration.

On 12 January 2020, DSP Devinder Singh of Kulgam in Kashmir was arrested by the police with a Hizbul militant, while mobile phones were recovered from the militants at Kot Bhalwal Central Jail and Srinagar Central Jail in Jammu. Twice in the same year, mobile phones were found in Jammu Central Jail by terrorists. These incidents raise questions about the police system somewhere. Terrorist organizations are entering the police system and using their own people.

Sources say the Pakistani intelligence agency ISI is in talks with police personnel to fire them. He is also violating prison security. Police personnel are being promised large sums of money for this. Terrorist organizations are trying to keep in touch with police personnel who have previously had a relative or family member with links to terrorism.

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Terrorist organizations are also infiltrating the police and security systems. Terrorist organizations have established ties from prisons to the outside. This includes the police. Just a week ago, a policeman living in Anantnag was arrested for allegedly providing weapons and other assistance to terrorists. Now in Kot Bhalwal jail in Jammu, a mobile phone has been seized from a militant man who was sitting in jail and involved in an encounter in Poonch.

This is not the first time. It is clear from the last few times how terrorists have entered the police system and run their network. On October 21, police arrested Ashfaq Malik of Verinag in Anantnag. Ashfaq Lashkar-e-Taiba operates for Toiba terrorists. He was also involved in a case of weapons thrown by a Pakistani drone at Suhanjana in Falaye Mandal. Zia Mustafa, a Pakistani militant, was captured from Kot Bhalwal jail in Jammu three days ago. Poonch is conducting an encounter through his mobile from jail. Terrorist organizations run their network by infiltrating the police and prison system, which raises questions about the security system of the police and prison administration.

On 12 January 2020, DSP Devinder Singh of Kulgam in Kashmir was arrested by the police with a Hizbul militant, while mobile phones were recovered from the militants at Kot Bhalwal Central Jail and Srinagar Central Jail in Jammu. Twice in the same year, mobile phones were found in Jammu Central Jail by terrorists. These incidents raise questions about the police system somewhere. Terrorist organizations are entering the police system and using their own people.

Sources say the Pakistani intelligence agency ISI is in talks with police personnel to fire them. He is also violating prison security. Police personnel are being promised large sums of money for this. Terrorist organizations are trying to keep in touch with police personnel who have previously had a relative or family member with links to terrorism.

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