SRINAGAR A group of officers from Foreign Armed Forces and Civil Services on National Security and Strategic Studies Tuesday visited Police Headquarters in Jammu and interacted with Director General of Police.
During their visit to PHQ a special interactive meet was held in which the visiting officers from different foreign countries and the top officers of the army & J&K Police took part.
AIG (Prov. & Tpt.) PHQ Mubassir Latifi gave a power point presentation regarding the J&K Police, its functioning and its fight against the militancy as also maintenance of peace and order in the State over the years.
The presentation was followed by a lively question answer session. Senior Army and Police officers highlighted the measures taken by the Police and security forces to keep a tab on radicalization and check on activities of terrorists in the State and thereby enhancing the overall security of the J&K State.
Senior officers who took part in this meet included Paramjit Singh YSM, SM, GOC XVI Corps, ADGP CID, J&K Dr. B. Srinivas, ADGP Armed, J&K, A.K. Choudhary, Director Anti-Corruption Bureau S.J.M. Gillani, ADGP (Hqrs.) PHQ, A.G. Mir, Director SKPA Udhampur M Sulaiman Salaria, Maj. Gen. Sharad Kapoor GOC 26 Div, IGP Jammu M.K. Sinha, IGP Armed Jammu Danesh Rana, IGP (Pers.) PHQ, J.P. Singh, Director SSG J&K Surinder Gupta and IGP (Hqrs.) PHQ, Anand Jain.
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