DIGP Assures Indian Community of Security

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The Deputy Inspector General of Police, Maj. Gen. Geoffrey Tumusiime Katsigazi, on Friday met with the delegation of the Indian business community living in Uganda. During the meeting, Katsigazi reassured the Indian nationals that the Uganda Police is committed to ensuring their security.

This meeting followed a tragic incident in which UTTAM BHANDARI, an Indian national and the Director of TFS Financial Services at Raja Chambers in Kampala, was shot and killed by Police Officer.

The Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesman, Patrick Onyango identified the suspects as No.67029 Private Constable Wabwire Ivan.

Maj. Gen. Geoffrey Tumusiime Katsigazi, the deputy IGP

The DIGP addressed the leaders of the Indian business community, emphasizing that the shooting should not be regarded as a case of organized or targeted crime, but rather as an isolated incident.

He expressed the readiness of the police force to protect all business communities, urging them not to let this incident discourage them from conducting business in Uganda. “The Police authorities are actively working to apprehend and prosecute the suspect,” the DIGP assured.

Some of the leaders of the Indian business community in Uganda.

We would like to express our sincere and heartfelt condolences to the close family members, friends, and the entire Indian business community residing in Uganda. As a gesture of support, we have contributed sh5m towards the burial arrangements.

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