Movement of protected persons, VIPs discouraged in view of ‘adverse inputs’ on 2nd anniversary of Pulwama attack: Police

Security forces on guard as a uthorities restrain the moment on famous Gupkar road in Srinagar where former chief minister and National Conference Vice President Omar Abdullah his father and sitting MP Farooq Abdullah besides other high dignitaries reside were put under house arrest since early Sunday. UNI

Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir police on Saturday said that the movement of protected persons and VIPs has been restricted today in view of the adverse inputs on the 2nd anniversary of Pulwama attack.

According to news agency KNS, Srinagar police in a Tweet said that the movement of protected persons and VIPs has been discouraged in view of the adverse inputs on the 2nd anniversary of Lethpora attack after formers chief minister and National Conference vice-president Omar Abdullah claimed that he, his father and family have been put under house arrest.

“Today is 2nd Anniversary of dreaded Lethpora Terror incident. There shall be NO ROP on ground. Due to adverse inputs, movement of VIPs/Protected Persons has been discouraged and all concerned were informed in advance NOT to plan a tour today,” Srinagar police Tweeted.

Pertinently, on 14 February at least 40 CRPF Jawans were killed in a dreaded attack on CRPF convoy on the national highway in Lethpora area of Pulwama.

Earlier, Omar Abdullah in a Tweet had claimed that he, his father and family were locked up inside their homes without any information. (KNS)

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