Jammu- Maintaining that peaceful atmosphere in the Jammu & Kashmir has been achieved after a lot of hard work and sacrifices by police and security forces, the newly appointed Director General of Police, R R Swain on Tuesday called for more efforts to totally uproot terrorism from the Union Territory.
Swain, who assumed charge as DGP last week, made these remarks while chairing meetings with the senior officers of Army, CRPF and police in the twin districts of Shopian and Pulwama in South Kashmir, a police spokesperson said Wednesday. The DGP also took a first hand review of the current security scenario of these districts.
In these meetings, he said, discussions were held regarding enhancing coordination between the forces besides the intelligence agencies. He said people friendly policing and security of the vulnerable population, plans for zero terror and area domination also remained on the agenda of these meetings. Besides, he said, the working of police stations and their requirements was also discussed.
Addressing these meetings, the spokesperson said, DGP lauded the good work and efforts of forces and of intelligence agencies in fighting the terrorism in South Kashmir.
“To uproot the terrorism totally more joint efforts of all are needed,” Swain told the officers, adding that synergy among the forces has to be enhanced to the next level.
The DGP also emphasised for coordination among ranks at different levels in planning and executing actions for zero terror plans and also directed for working on plans for area domination on a routine basis.
Stressing upon officers to be vigilant as the enemies of peace are looking for the chances to disrupt the peace, the DGP, as per the spokesperson said that the peaceful atmosphere in the Jammu & Kashmir has been achieved after a lot of hard work and sacrifices by police and security forces.
While impressing for the safety and security of the people, Swain, he said, stressed for generating more human intelligence, adding that people’s welfare is our prime concern.
He impressed upon the officers to work with professionalism, sincerity and in a dedicated manner for the safety & security of all the people. He said that JKP along with other sister agencies have succeeded in creating a conducive atmosphere in the UT and to maintain it is a big challenge.
During these meetings, the official spokesperson said, the DGP also took stock of the working of the police stations and their requirements. He directed the officers to take care of jawans immediate needs, so that they can discharge their duties without any difficulty.
The DGP was accompanied by the ADGP Law & Order J&K, Vijay Kumar and IGP Vidhi Kumar Birdi. He was received at these districts by the district SsP Shopian & Pulwama. Ceremonial Guards of honour were presented to the DGP, on his arrival in these districts.
The meeting at Shopian was attended by ADG CRPF Nalin Prabhat, GoC Victor Force Major General Balbir Singh, IG Kashmir Ops CRPF Gyanendra Kumar Verma, DIG SKR Rayees Mohammad Bhat and other security officials.
At Pulwama besides ADGP L&O, ADGP CRPF, IGP Kashmir, IGP CRPF, DIsG SKR & CRPF the meeting was attended by 5 Sector Commander, SSP Pulwama Mohd Yousuf, Army Commandants of 50 RR, 53 RR & 55 RR, Commandants of CRPF 183 Bn. & 182 Bn.
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