Srinagar: Director General of Police J&K, R R Swain on Monday visited SK institute of medical sciences (SKIMS) here to enquire about the wellbeing of Police Inspector Masroor Wani, who was attacked by a pistol-borne terrorist when he was playing cricket with other members of the local community last week.
The DGP was accompanied by ADGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar, SSP Srinagar Ashish Mishra and other jurisdictional officers.
While enquiring about the health condition of the officer, Medical Superintendent Farooq John explained that the officers medical condition is still critical, who continues to be on life support systems.
The DGP directed for best possible treatment be given to the ailing police officer.
Swain also had a separate and long conversation with the father of the police officer and assured him of all possible help. He informed the father of the injured Inspector that Home Minister Amit Shah, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, Chief Secretary Dr Arun Kumar Mehta, Additional Chief Secretary (Home) R. K Goyal and other top ranking officers are inquiring about the health of the injured officer on a daily basis.
The DGP handed over Rupees 1 lakh as financial assistance to the family for meeting the medical attention related immediate expenses.
The DGP assured the family that the Government and Police department will provide all help including airlift officer outside UT as and when required. The DGP said that the prayers of thousands of Police personnel and common citizens are with family and therefore the family should remain brave.
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