Srinagar: Following durbar move, Police Headquarters (PHQ) resumed functioning at Summer Capital here today. Director General of Police (DGP), K Rajendra Kumar inspected various sections of PHQ and enquired about their working.
Rajendra was received at the PHQ lawns by senior police officers and presented a guard of honour by the contingent of Armed Police. He was accompanied by Additional Directors General of Police, SP Vaid, VK Singh, SM Sahai, Dilbag Singh and L Mohanti.
Expressing his satisfaction over the advance arrangements made for smooth re-opening of the offices, the DGP said that efforts need to be followed continuously to bring more efficiency in day-to-day working. He said that quick disposal of the matters related to strengthening of subordinate units should be ensured at PHQ level, which would help to bring fruitful improvements in their working.
Rajendra chaired a meeting of senior police officers and discussed various administrative issues to strengthen professional policing. He was briefed about the progress achieved on different fronts of policing in the State. He asked the officers to put in place fruitful efforts and enhance capabilities of different wings of the Organization. He said that the requirements for the summer season should be consolidated and required formalities followed so that infrastructure is strengthened to bring better results.
Rajendra, while discussing security and law and order scenario, emphasised to ensure coordinated efforts with other agencies and keep the peace maintained. He said that security of vital installations needs to reviewed periodically to take required steps.
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