‘No Religion Teaches Murder Of Humanity, Killing Of Innocent People’
Shopian- The Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh said on Thursday that the youth of Jammu and Kashmir have witnessed destruction of life & property over the last three decades and it is the time to forget the past and work together in strengthening the prevailing peace to build a better future.
“Some elements are disturbed by witnessing growing peace in Jammu and Kashmir and are making attempts to disturb it,” the DGP said, while speaking to the media here on Thursday.
“Besides J&K Police, and other security forces, it’s the responsibility of the people to consolidate this peace further,” he added.
Maintaining that across the border terrorist training camps and launch pads are still active, the DGP said that infiltration attempts were made from LoC and IB, but Police and security forces have tracked down many of these infiltrators.
“During the current year around three dozen Pakistani terrorists affiliated with JeM & LeT were neutralized which indicated involvement of Pakistan and its agencies in fomenting trouble in Jammu and Kashmir,” Singh said.
“Security forces and the people of J&K would continue to work together to foil their evil intentions and further strengthen the peace. I think before winter sets in some more infiltration bids would be attempted,” he said.
Earlier, addressing a gathering at police station Zainapora here, the DGP denouncing terrorism and said that we all have to work jointly to stop those who are against the peace, brotherhood and harmony,
“No religion teaches murder of humanity and killing of innocent people,” Singh said.
Financial Commissioner (Additional Chief Secretary) Home Department J&K, R K Goyal was also present in the function of Thana Diwas, a police spokesperson said.
The DGP, he said, asserted that India is unique in nature in which people of different faiths, castes, and colours are living together, and the youth who have traveled to different parts of the country would know the vastness of flora & fauna of the country.
Singh, he said, also maintained that Pakistan has been sending weapons to drag our youth on the path of destruction.
“With intensified efforts and strong response of J&K Police and CAPFs coupled with rejection by the youth, it is now pushing drugs to harm our younger generation,” the DGP said, adding “We have to stand and work mutually to stop this trend too for better tomorrow,”
According to the spokesperson, the DGP also said that Police under its social responsibility is running drug-de-addictions centers to help the drug affected persons.
“Jammu Kashmir Police & Civil Administration are making their efforts to provide different services to the people at their doorsteps,” Singh said.
Terming Block Diwas and Thana Diwas as initiatives to provide better services to the people, the DGP, as per the spokesperson said assured the redressal of the issues highlighted by the people in the gathering.
“He directed SP Shopian to organise a special guidance/counseling camp for the aspirants of UPSC. He also said that J&K Police would ensure to guide the youth in different sports activities,” he added.
Referring to the opening of new cinema halls in Shopian, Pulwama and Srinagar, the DGP said that the means of entertainment are meant to enjoy good times and have peace.
In his address, the spokesperson said that ACS Home, R K Goyal expressed his pleasure and said that Thana Diwas is a medium to come more close to the general people.
“We have all come to listen to you adding that Thana Diwas is an initiative taken under the directions of Lt. Governor J&K Manoj Sinha to extend Police services to the people of J&K,” he said.
Goyal, the spokesperson said that the ongoing Nasha Mukhti Abhiyan is going on to eradicate the drug menace as well to aware people especially youth against the ill effects of drugs.
“We have to take action against all those involved in drug peddling and its trade,” he said.
Earlier, the spokesperson said that ADGP Kashmir Zone, Vijay Kumar said that J&K Police has organised various sports activities and will continue to provide all support to the youth for sports.
Referring to the issue of drug abuse, Kumar said that parents have an important role to mould the young minds of youth in right direction adding that they should watch the activities of their children.
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