Rumours of policemen being asked to deposit weapons baseless, malicious: Muneer Khan

Rumours of policemen being asked to deposit weapons baseless, malicious: Muneer Khan

Srinagar : Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) (Law and Order) Muneer Khan Saturday dismissed the rumours that J&K policemen were being asked to deposit their weapons asserting that strict action will be taken against such rumour mongers.

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Talking to Kashmir News Service (KNS) he said, “The tweet on social media in which it has been mentioned that J&K policemen are being asked to deposit their weapons and CRPF and army were taking control of police stations is a criminal rumour. Strict action will be taken against these criminal elements who have spread these malicious rumours with intent to vitiate the atmosphere. We are trying to find out who has initiated this malicious rumour.”

“J&K police has always made sacrifices in the service of state and nation and will continue to do so,” Khan added. (KNS)

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