Deputy Superintendent of Police Davinder Singh has admitted during his interrogation that he had got Rs 12 lakh from terrorists to help them to reach Delhi. The deal was done to ferry terrorists to Jammu and then Chandigarh for their onward journey to New Delhi.
According to Intelligence sources, Terrorists had planned to carry out attack in Delhi on Republic day.
According to police sources, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) will now investigate this high profile case. DSP Davinder Singh was suspended on Monday and Govt is also planning to strip the gallantry award from him.
According to Dainik Jagran report, The police sources have claimed that the DSP had made a deal of Rs 12 lakh with the terrorists to ferry them to Chandigarh safely. It is also being said that Davinder Singh also took a leave of four days from duty to complete this deal. Not only this, the newspaper has also claimed that the DSP also had the responsibility of making arms deals for terrorists.
After the arrest of DSP Davinder Singh along with terrorists, Many shocking revelations are being made about him. According to sources, initial investigation has revealed that Davinder Singh used to take money from terrorists and help them to cross through Banihal tunnel. This time too, the deal was done in Rs 12 lakh.
Two terrorists and one Hizbul overground worker were arrested along with DSP Davinder Singh on Saturday. One arrested terrorist is top Hizbul Mujahideen commander Naveed Ahmad Shah alias Naveed Babu and other is Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists Rafi Ahmed. The Hizbul overground worker has been identified as Irfan Shafi Mir who was driving the vehicle.
DSP Davinder Singh was posted in anti-hijacking department in the Jammu and Kashmir Police at Srinagar Airport these days. Apart from this, he has been an Inspector of Special Operation Group (SOG). He was made DSP after a successful anti-terror operation.
After the arrest of Davinder Singh, the police searched his house in Indira Nagar, Srinagar and recovered 3 AK-47 from there. Now police officers are investigating CCTV footage at the airport where Davinder was posted.
DSP Davinder Singh is 57 years old at this time. One of his properties is in Srinagar and the other in Jammu. Davinder Singh’s wife is a teacher and has three children. Two daughters are studying medical in Bangladesh, while the son is in school.