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DSP Davinder Singh's medal 'forfeited'; J&K police might probe his role in 2001 Parliament attack

The Jammu and Kashmir administration has "forfeited" the Sher-e-Kashmir Police Medal for Gallantry awarded to Deputy Superintendent of Police Davinder Singh, who has been arrested for helping terrorists travel out of JK, an official order said. It said the suspended officer's act amounted to disloyalty and brought the force into disrepute. According to the order, Singh was awarded Jammu and Kashmir's highest police award in 2018. J&K police also likely to probe whether terror suspect DSP Davinder Singh had a role to play in the 2001 Parliament attack. Police to also probe allegations related to Afzal Guru.
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