J&K’s security situation to further improve in coming months: DGP
Post by RK News on Wednesday, December 21, 2022
Srinagar, Dec 20: Director General of Jammu and Kashmir Police Dilbag Singh on Tuesday said that the security situation of Kashmir would further improve in next few months.
“The security situation is getting better day by day. People are wholeheartedly helping the security agencies and in the coming time the situation will be better and in the coming two to four months”, the police chief said during an interaction with the media persons at central Kashmir district of Ganderbal on Tuesday.
“Over all security situations in the Union Territory are much better. The terrorist organizations have been almost wiped out," he added.
In a question whether the "The Resistance Front" – the shadow group of Lashkar-e-Taiba was being run from Pakistan, the DGP said it was a “tactics to keep terrorism alive in some way.”
“This is being done on the pretext of the Pakistan and the ISI sponsored terror outfits especially the TRF which is a mouth piece of the terrorism to keep their activities alive in the Kashmir valley,” he said.
DGP said this is a tactic to maintain the fear in the minds of the people of Kashmir.
He said the graph of civilian killing has come down during the past 4-5 years. “If we see the terrorist killings…they are almost finished and have remained just to double digit, local as well as foreign terrorists”.
Regarding the infiltration from across the borders, the DGP said “it also came down and if one or two happened the militants were gunned down on the Line of Control itself in encounters. Some have been killed in encounters after they succeeded to infiltrate from across the border”.