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Shopian cop who went missing joins Lashkar-e-Toiba

28 October 2017

Also, policemen have been under attack from the militants. In June, a deputy superintendent of police - Mohammed Ayub Pandith - was lynched by a mob outside Srinagar's main mosque. Sources said Dar was shifted from Kargil to Kathua in July after adverse reports about his alleged "militant sympathies".

He returned home and went missing from there, following which his family lodged a missing report in a police station yesterday. "We will take legal action against him", PTI quoted a senior official at training centre as saying.

When he did not show up at Kathua, news reports said, his family filed a missing person's complaint. Soon after, the photograph of Dar surfaced on social media.

The Hindustan Times added that in May this year, a constable from Shopian, Syed Naveed Mushtaq, decamped with four service rifles and joined the Hizbul Mujahideen.

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"It is now learnt that he has joined the LeT outfit", the authorities said, adding the matter was still being investigated. Both of them were killed in separate encounters with security forces.

In January a year ago, Shakoor Ahmed, a personal security officer (PSO) of Deputy Superintendent of police Bijbehara in Anantnag district had escaped from the residence of the officer with four service rifles.

The police sources said that in the last two years as many as eight policemen have deserted the police and joined the militants' ranks in Jammu and Kashmir.

A resident of Heff Shirmal village in southern Shopian, Ahmed joined the police in 2012. "They are not radicalised".

Shopian cop who went missing joins Lashkar-e-Toiba