On Wednesday, Additional Director General of Police Mukesh Singh stated that no terror link has been discovered during the investigation into the death of Director General (DG) of Prisons HK Lohia.
HK Lohia was found dead under suspicious circumstances in a house in the Udaywala area of Jammu on the intervening night of Monday and Tuesday, and the police had arrested the suspected accused, Yasir Ahmed, in his killing. Ahmed was the househelp of DG prisons who had been working at Lohia’s house for nearly six months, and he was reported as “quite aggressive” and “under depression” as per some documentary evidence that was seized by the police reflecting his mental state.
“In the initial investigation into the incident of Lohia’s death, it has come to fore that one domestic helper, Yasir Ahmed, resident of Ramban, is the main accused,” ADGP Mukesh Singh informed on Tuesday, adding that the CCTV footage collected from the incident spot showed him running after committing the crime.
“The interrogation with the accused is still underway. His disclosures in the matter are being corroborated by the field investigation,” Singh said, adding that accused Ahmed has confessed to his crime.