DGP J&K stresses joint action against cross-border terrorism
Directs officers to strengthen security grids for peoples' safety, security
Post by RK News on Tuesday, November 14, 2023
Srinagar, Nov 13: Asserting upon strengthening the fight against cross border terrorism and enemies of peace, the Director General of Police Jammu & Kashmir R R Swain on Monday said that the police, security forces and sister agencies needed to work together to dismantle the operating terror networks and disruptors of peace in Jammu and Kashmir. The DGP said there was a need to evolve a more effective mechanism and ensure public safety while dealing with the elements inimical to peace.
DGP Swain was speaking during his visit to District Kulgam where he chaired a high level joint security review meeting of high ranking officers of Police, Army and CRPF.
The meeting was held to review the security setup of the district Kulgam with an aim to discuss the measures to bring and retain peace and to eliminate the terrorism from its roots.
Addressing the officers, the DGP J&K stressed upon maintaining the peaceful, secured environment by people friendly policing. The DGP stressed upon strengthening the mechanism of sharing intelligence inputs among the stakeholders at different levels
The DGP J&K Swain said that masters of terror across the border and their puppets in J&K are desperate to disturb the prevailing peace in Jammu and Kashmir. He said cowardly attacks on innocent civilians and forces exhibit the frustration of terror handlers to disrupt the peace and order in J&K. The DGP directed the officers that the action against terrorists and their sympathisers must continue and all the suspicious elements be kept under proper surveillance so as to thwart their ill designs aimed at disrupting the peaceful atmosphere.
The DGP directed the officers to strengthen and augment the security grids in their respective areas for the safety and security of the people in general, and vulnerable sections in particular. He said that the role and cooperation of the people in the prevailing peaceful scenario is highly commendable. The DGP said that Police and other sister agencies and the general public have to work together to defeat saboteurs and enemies of peace. He stressed upon the importance of maintaining close synergy between police and other forces to ensure a peaceful environment.
DGP was accompanied by ADGP Law & Order J&K Vijay Kumar and IGP Kashmir Zone V K Birdi.
Besides the accompanying officers the meeting was attended by ADG CRPF Nalin Prabhat, GoC Victor Force Major General Balbir Singh, IG Kashmir Ops CRPF Gyanendra Kumar Verma, DIG SKR Rayees Mohammad Bhat, Sector Commander 01 RR Brig P S Chauhan, Sector Commander 02 RR Anirudh K Chauhan, DIG CRPF Kulvinder Singh Deswal, SSP Kulgam Sahil Sarangal, COs of Army, CRPF and gazetted jurisdictional officers.