NIA boss Kuldiep Singh on Saturday visited Jammu’s Sunjwan region where two self destruction planes of restricted Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) were killed in a savage gunfight with security powers in front of the state head’s visit, authorities said.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) boss, who arrived at Jammu on Friday evening, was joined by Inspector General of CRPF, Jammu area, PS Ranpise.
Singh, who is likewise the chief general of the Central Reserve Police Force, was advised about the weapon fight by CRPF officials, including Commandant of 38th Battalion Dhirendra Verma, the authorities said.
The NIA chief general additionally visited the setting of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s public convention at Palli panchayat in Samba area and evaluated the security circumstance, they said.
Other than the two fear based oppressors, a Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) official passed on in the gunfight that occurred close to an Army camp in Sunjwan on Friday. Nine security staff were likewise harmed as powers drew in the fear mongers after they went after a transport conveying CISF work force.
“Indeed, a significant assault was foiled (by security powers),” Singh said subsequent to getting the instructions about the experience.
Found out if the NIA would assume control over the case, he said, “It will depend… we will see, nothing can be said right now.”
On the security courses of action for the state leader’s visit, he said all fundamental plans would be made.
Afterward, the authorities said, Singh visited Palli panchayat and was advised by senior authorities about the security game plans there.
Exceptional groups of the NIA and the State Investigation Agency (SIA) had visited the experience site on Friday evening. PTI