Review security of those funded by Pakistan

Security agencies and Jammu and Kashmir police overlooked intelligence inputs about an impending attack on paramilitary forces deployed in the Kashmir Valley, governor Satya Pal Malik has said.

Malik told a private TV channel that he would call for a security review soon and would discuss the lapses. He said a befitting reply would be given to the people responsible for Thursday’s suicide bombing in Pulwama .

Sources said intelligence agencies had flashed a message to all senior officers of the CRPF and J&K police a few days ago and called for precautions to preempt a terror attack. But J&K police did not pass on the information to the CRPF convoy, which had left Jammu two days ago for Srinagar, a senior intelligence officer said.

Malik and state DGP Dilbagh Singh have mostly stayed away from the Valley since the Darbar move in November 2018. Read More

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