DGP, IGP Kashmir see him off at Airport
STATE TIMES NEWS
SRINAGAR: A Deputy Superintendent of Police (DySP) among five policemen, who were on Panchayat poll duty, have been injured in a road accident in Kupwara District.
“Five policemen were injured in a road accident last night when the vehicle they were travelling in skidded off the road in Keran area of Kupwara in north Kashmir. The officers were on Panchayat election duties,” a police spokesperson said.
The injured include DySP of the Indian Reserve Police’s 4th Battalion, Bodh Raj and Constables Rattan Lal, Jahangir Ahmad, Rakesh Kumar and Sanjeev Kumar, he said.
They were rushed to the nearest Army Hospital, from where three of them were airlifted to 92 Base Hospital here, he added.
Raj was airlifted to AIIMS hospital in Delhi on Friday afternoon after being stabilised at the Army’s 92 Base Hospital, the spokesperson said.
Director General of Police, Dilbag Singh and IGP Kashmir S.P Pani saw him off at Airport along with his family for AIIMS New Delhi.
Special instructions have been given by the DGP J&K to the J&K Police officers at New Delhi to take care of the aforesaid officer and provide all assistance.
He has wished him speedy recovery.
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