STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Hiding information about travel history is costing hugely to the Jammu and Kashmir Police personnel, deployed in the Cyber Cell. In the process of ascertaining possible travels undertaken by suspects, those on duty run the risk of getting infected while questioning or interrogating to track the truth. After the diagnostic reports of five suspected persons, questioned in the Cyber Cell, turned out to be positive, the authorities immediately put the staff, comprising a Deputy Superintendent of Police, three Inspectors, two Sub Inspectors and four other members of the staff, to quarantine, as they came in direct contact with them. Sources told STATE TIMES, that this development has sounded alarm bells in the police ranks, who are contemplating to put checks and balances and adopt safety measures to avert and lower the risk of containment of disease by those on duty. The suspects had been summoned for questioning to ascertain their travel details and contacts. The NHPC guest house here has been designated as quarantine centre for cyber team members, sources said.
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