The name of a policeman has emerged as the main accused involved in the firing incident on the outskirts of Jammu city. Two people were killed and two others were injured in this firing. Officials said on Saturday that the police have conducted raids at several places to nab the prime suspect and one of his associates and the accomplice of the accused policeman is also a former police personnel.
On Friday, Sabar Chaudhary and Arif Chaudhary were killed and Babar Chaudhary and Praveen Kumar were injured in the firing in Salehar area of Arnia sector in RS Pura. Soon after the incident, Jammu’s Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Chandan Kohli had constituted a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to bring the culprits to justice.
Officials said that investigation revealed that constable Bhupinder Singh had fired indiscriminately with his official rifle over some dispute. He told that the former constable Sadiq supported him in this incident and after the incident both of them escaped. He told that several teams have been deployed to arrest him and Singh has been suspended.
Two bodies recovered under suspicious circumstances
On Friday, two bodies were recovered under suspicious circumstances in the Arnia border area. According to news agency PTI, sources said that after hearing the sound of gunfire, some people reached the spot near Kothe Chak village in Arnia-Salaihad area and saw two bodies covered in blood. He also had an injured person with him. The village sarpanch informed the police, who reached the spot and recovered the bodies.
He said that apart from an SUV vehicle, sharp weapons, hockey sticks, a uniform, and empty cartridges were also seized from the spot. According to reports, both the persons found dead had reached the spot in a vehicle and clashed with the other group over some issue.
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