SRINAGAR: In a clear message to the police, Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Wednesday said they should not touch innocents and at the same time should not let off culprits.
Speaking on the occasion of police commemoration day at Zewan in the city, the LG said the message from the police should be loud and clear: “Begunah ko mat chhedo, gunahgaar ko mat chhodo (don’t touch the innocents and don’t leave the culprits).” He added that the Union Territory cops have been doing a commendable job, especially on the anti-terror front.
“If people sleep at ease, it is because of the police force, who work tirelessly to protect the UT from the evil forces and militants, who are supported by our neighbour,” Sinha said.
He said the administration is committed to resolving the issues confronted by policemen and the families of “martyred” cops.
J&K police chief Dilbagh Singh, who also spoke on the occasion, said that 40 policemen lost their lives in the line of duty in the UT so far this year. In the past 30 yRead More – Source