New DelhiDirector General of Police (DGP), Jammu & Kashmir, S.P. Vaid called on Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh and briefed him about the current security situation in Kashmir.
Dr Jitendra Singh lauded the pro-active steps taken by Security Forces and the success achieved by them in the recent weeks. He said, the Modi Government follows the policy of clarity, consistency and conviction, as a result of which, the Security Forces enjoy the freedom to function as per their professional discretion.
Appreciating the role of Jammu & Kashmir Police, Dr Jitendra Singh said, he was delighted to receive inputs regarding the professional competence and diligence of Special Operations Group (SOG). He said, the nation and the State of Jammu & Kashmir, in particular, will always remain indebted to the sacrifices and martyrdom of our brave soldiers.
Dr Jitendra Singh said, for the first time in many years, the terrorists and their sympathizers are under tremendous pressure and the separatists also stand exposed. He expressed confidence that militancy is on its way out and the youth of Kashmir is ready to move ahead.
S.P. Vaid gave Dr Jitendra Singh a detailed account of the success achieved in the recent anti-militancy operations, as a result of which, the morale of the forces was at a very high level. He said, the Jammu & Kashmir Police, along with the other wings of Security Forces, is making full use of the modern technology and hi-tech methods to track the militants and liquidate them as well as their hide-outs.
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