Omar Abdullah demands action against army personnel who thrashed cops in Ganderbal

Srinagar: Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Wednesday demanded action against the army personnel for allegedly thrashing and injuring seven policemen in central Kashmir's Ganderbal district.

File image of Omar Abdullah. PTI

File image of Omar Abdullah. PTI

"Why would the army beat up J&K police personnel in a police station? This requires immediate clarification/action by the authorities," Omar said.

An assistant sub-inspector (ASI) and six police personnel were injured after they were allegedly thrashed by armymen in Ganderbal after policemen deployed on the Amarnath yatra duty stopped them at a check point.

Police have filed a case against the Army personnel, an official said, adding that records kept at a police station were also damaged.

Updated Date: Jul 22, 2017 14:08 PM

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