Non-local men ordered to report to nearby police stations, army camps

Srinagar, October 17 (KMS): In the wake of the recent attacks on non-local persons, brought by Modi regime in the disguise of labourers, to Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Indian police issued an emergency advisory ordering all outsiders to be immediately brought to the nearest police stations or army camps.

The order passed by the Inspector-General of Police, Kashmir, reads, “All non-local labourers in your respective jurisdictions be brought to nearest police/CAPF/Army establishments/camps Just now. The matter is most urgent”.

The emergency advisory was issued soon after two more non-local men, Raja Reshi Dev and Joginder Reshi Dev- were shot dead at Wanpoh in the Kulgam district, today. In the incident, one non-local man was injured who has been shifted to hospital.

Meanwhile, Indian police and paramilitary forces have cordoned off the area.

However, Inspector General of Police, Kashmir, Vijay Kumar Sunday strongly rebutted the order asking non-local labourers to reach police stations and army camps terming it as “totally baseless and fake order”.