DGP expresses grief over DySP Bodh Raj’s demise

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JAMMU: Director General of Police, Dilbag Singh on Friday expressed grief over the sad demise of DySP Bodh Raj who breathed his last Friday morning at AIIMS, New Delhi.
DGP in his message termed the sad demise of Bodh Raj as “a great loss to J&K Police”. He expressed his deepest sympathies and heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family.
“As has been reported earlier, Bodh Raj DySP alongwith SgCt Rattan Lal, Ct Jahangir Ahmad, Ct Rakesh Kumar and Const Sanjeev Kumar, were injured in a road accident when the vehicle they were travelling in skidded off in Keran area on November 16. The officer was on Panchayat election duty,” a police statement issued here read.
After the initial treatment at army hospital Srinagar, the seriously injured officer along with his family was airlifted to AIIMS Delhi through an air ambulance arranged by the department. “Bodh Raj after seven days’ treatment at AIIMS left for heavenly abode today (Friday) morning,” it read.
The cremation of departed officer will be held at his native place in Baderwah.