Police question 7 suspects
Attack on Peer Jalaludin
Srinagar, Apr 24: In afresh bid to zero in on the assailants of the Peer Jalaludin, 70, police have questioned seven suspects. However they have so far failed to get any solid clue which would break the ice in the case, police sources said on Tuesday.
“We are trying very hard to nab the culprits from day one, but no concrete lead has emerged which would have helped us to nab the culprits,” a police official associated with the investigation told Greater Kashmir.
Police sources also said that they have so far questioned 25 people in this connection including some suspects who have been associated with similar attacks in the past.
“Investigation is in full swing on both fronts-manual and technical. We are analyzing call detail records (CDR) of suspects,” the officer said.
Taking to Greater Kashmir, Investigation officer of the case and SDPO, Shaheed Gunj, Imtiyaz Ismail Parray said, “Investigation is on right track and we will soon solve it.”
City Police Chief, Ashiq Hussain Bukhari also said that investigation is going on and “It is premature to say anything right now.”
Pertinently, unknown gunmen had fired upon Peer Jalaludin in March this year outside his residence at Batmaloo. Peer Jalaludin was critically injured in the attack. Presently he is recuperating.
Lastupdate on : Tue, 24 Apr 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 24 Apr 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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