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J&K Police seeks details of mosques in Srinagar, calls it ‘routine exercise’

THE ASIAN AGE.
Published : Jul 29, 2019, 9:11 pm IST
Updated : Jul 29, 2019, 9:11 pm IST

The police officials said it was a “routine exercise” and it has been sent to all the SPs of Srinagar.

The letter comes a day after another letter issued by the office of the Senior Divisional Security Commissioner, Railway Protection Force (RPF), Srinagar, asked its employees to stock ration and drinking water, not to keep their families in Kashmir, and to restrict leave due to the “emergency situation.” (Photo: Representational image)
 The letter comes a day after another letter issued by the office of the Senior Divisional Security Commissioner, Railway Protection Force (RPF), Srinagar, asked its employees to stock ration and drinking water, not to keep their families in Kashmir, and to restrict leave due to the “emergency situation.” (Photo: Representational image)

Jammu: Five superintendents of police in Jammu and Kashmir have been asked to submit details of mosques falling in their respective areas.

The police officials said it was a “routine exercise”. The letter has been sent to all the SPs of Srinagar.

 

“Please provide details of mosques and their management falling within your respective jurisdictions as per enclosed proforma immediately for onward submission to higher authorities,” reads the order issued by Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Srinagar, Haseeb Mughal.

“It is an exercise only to update the basic beat book of the police stations. This exercise is done periodically,” The Indian Express quoted the officer. He, however, maintained that the “timing of the letter is wrong”.

The letter comes a day after another letter issued by the office of the Senior Divisional Security Commissioner, Railway Protection Force (RPF), Srinagar, asked its employees to stock ration and drinking water, not to keep their families in Kashmir, and to restrict leave due to the “emergency situation.”

 

The letter was revoked on Sunday and stated the officer “was not authorised to issue such a letter and did not have the approval of the competent authority to do so either”.

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