Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir police on Wednesday inducted hi-end command vehicles to its fleet which will be used as a communication and operational hub during emergency situations, particularly in anti-militancy operation.
The command vehicles are bullet proof and fully air conditioned and are equipped with high resolution CCTV/PTZ cameras providing 360′ view of the area to the cops and officers while sitting inside the vehicle. The vehicle can also provide a comfortable stay of officers during the time of operations.
The vehicle comes with three-level power supply system which can sustain for long duration. Another feature of the vehicle is an additional powerhouse (Genset).
“It shall be used as a communication/operational hub during any emergency particularly in anti- militancy operations,” a police spokesperson said Wednesday.
He said that the Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh on Wednesday dedicated operations command vehicles, equipped with modern technology to Jammu and Kashmir Police in a function held at Police Headquarters Jammu.
According to the police spokesperson, the DGP on this occasion inspected the command vehicles and appreciated the suggestions made by officers for further upgrading of these vehicles.
“He said that command vehicles are equipped with all modern gadgets which will be extremely useful during different anti- insurgency operations,” he said.
“He said that safety of our officers and jawans is on our top priority and added that providing additional secure mobility and safety gears would surely increase the efficiency and capabilities of our dedicated force, working on anti-militancy front,” he added.
Singh, as per police spokesperson also chaired a meeting of top officers wherein he reviewed the response of police to the 2nd wave of COVID-19.
“He directed the officers to take all the necessary measures in assisting the administration and implementing the government directives on ground to prevent its spread. He expressed his satisfaction over the ongoing vaccination drive. He also directed the officers to provide COVID care facilities to the family members of the personnel who get infected by COVID,” he said.
On this occasion, the ADGsP, Mukesh Singh and M.K Sinha briefed the DGP regarding various measures taken to restrict the spread of COVID. He also apprised the DGP about the security scenario of Jammu Zone, the police spokesperson said.
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