Vaishno Devi charge probe panel asks public to send video clips or document declarations



JAMMU: A high-powered board, comprised to penetrate the charge at the Mata Vaishno Devi temple, has actually attracted the public to share video clips, if any kind of, or document declarations concerning the case that happened on Saturday.

The public notification was provided by Jammu Divisional Commissioner Raghav Langer, that is among the participants of the board comprised by Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha to penetrate the case.

Twelve individuals shed their lives as well as a minimum of 16 others were hurt in the charge at the popular temple in Jammu as well as Kashmir in the very early hrs of Saturday after a scuffle in between 2 teams of explorers throughout the New Year thrill.

“It is for the information of the general public that any person who desires to furnish any facts, statements, electronic evidence etc. regarding the incident (stampede) may share the same. Any person who desires to meet in person, may appear before the said inquiry committee in person between 11 am and 1 pm on January 5 in the office of Divisional Commissioner, Jammu, to furnish any statements/facts/evidence,” the notification read.

The three-member questions panel headed by Principal Secretary (Home) Shaleen Kabra, with Additional Director General of Police Mukesh Singh as the various other participant, has actually been asked to send its record within a week.

Meanwhile, the 3 participants went to the temple atop the Trikuta hillsides in Reasi area as well as were oriented by police officers on the ground, authorities claimed.

They claimed Chief Secretary Arun Kumar Mehta came with the team.

Langer in addition to Singh had actually seen Katra on Saturday too to analyze the circumstance in the consequences of the charge as well as guarantee that COVID-19 standards were purely followed.