Police quiz 15, analyze 120 cell numbers
ATTACK ON PEER JALALUDDIN
Srinagar, Mar 21: Jammu and Kashmir Police have questioned 15 persons in connection with the murderous attack on Peer Jalaluddin. Unidentified assailants had shot at and injured Peer Jalaluddin, a noted religious personality in Batamaloo area on Saturday night.
Informed sources told Greater Kashmir the police probing the matter have quizzed fifteen persons including a few suspects in the past three days.
“Soon after the attack, cops started investigation in the matter. They have quizzed many persons including a few suspects and would grill more suspects in the next few days,” they said, adding the investigation team has visited the spot, where Peer was attacked twice.
“They are conducting investigation on both fronts i.e. technical and manual,” sources disclosed, adding that investigation is headed by Sub Divisional Police officer (SDPO) Shaheed Gunj, Imtiyaz Ismail Parray.
A police official wishing anonymity said they have got Call Detail Records(CDR) of 120 numbers from telecom operators to crack the case.
“We are analyzing CDR of different numbers of persons who are either suspects or anyway linked with Peer as it has proven useful for us to nab the culprits in many blind cases in the Valley ,”he said, adding that they are also analyzing who called Peer before the attack.
According to the officer, police would also seek the details of traffic tower within few days, if they don’t get a breakthrough through investigation or analyzing CDRs.
“If need arises, we will approach the mobile operators to get details about the calls made from the area, when incident happened,” he added.
When contacted, SDPO Shaheed Gunj Imtiyaz said that they have quizzed many persons in the past few days. “We are investigating the case through different angles and it will be premature to comment further,” he added.
Pertinently, attack on Peer evoked had widespread condemnation from the separatist leaders including Hurriyat (G) chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik and National Front chairman Nayeem Ahmed Khan.
Lastupdate on : Wed, 21 Mar 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Wed, 21 Mar 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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