It is a giant leap for startups and innovators of Jammu Kashmir, the Lt Governor said.
Inspector Masroor had suffered critical injuries after terrorists fired at him with a pistol from point-blank range while he was playing cricket with local youth in Srinagar’s downtown Eidgah locality on 29 October.
Masroor was undergoing treatment in a Srinagar hospital but was shifted to AIIMS Delhi in an air ambulance on Wednesday. Police officers have expressed grief over his death.
Sources said that Masroor’s body was being flown to Srinagar where his last rites will be performed with police honours.
Apni Party chief Altaf Bukhari, while expressing grief over Masroor’s death said; “Losing such a young, daring, and vibrant cop is too difficult to compensate for.”
Snowfall started in the higher reaches of J&K while rain lashed the plains on Friday.
A husband was arrested on Thursday for killing his wife in J&K’s Kupwara district.