Salwinder Singh will present himself before NIA in Delhi as he has been summoned by the agency for further questioning in the Pathankot terror attack case. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on 8 January summoned Gurdaspur SP Salvinder Singh, who was abducted and later left unhurt by the Pathankot attackers on December 31, 2015, for questioning.
Singh has been under scanner since the day the IAF base in Pathankot (in Punjab) was attacked by Pakistani terrorists. Earlier, in his statement to NIA officers, Singh had told that heavily-armed terrorists, who forcibly took away his vehicle, blindfolded him, his jeweller friend Rajesh Verma and cook Madan Gopal and threatened to kill them if they tried to look up. Singh had also said the terrorists initially had no idea that he was a police officer.
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