Srinagar- Vidhi Kumar Birdi, a 2003-batch Indian Police Service officer of the AGMUT cadre on Thursday assumed the charge of Inspector General of Police Kashmir Zone.
An official said that Birdi assumed the charge today morning.
Birdi was posted as IGP Kashmir following the transfer of ADGP Vijay Kumar to ADGP (Law and Order), J&K.
Meanwhile, after assuming charge as IGP, Birdi held an interactive meeting with DIG ranges and District SP’s on Thursday afternoon, a police spokesperson said.
He said that the district and range heads of Kashmir Zone were directed to focus on quality investigation in terror crimes and narco-terror related cases to dismantle the terror ecosystem.
“IGP Kashmir stressed upon the officers to ensure the improvement in overall working of Policing at Police Station and sub-divisional level with refinement in record building and investigation,” he said.
Birdi, the spokesperson said, stressed upon the officers to make good public relations and focus on people sensitive policing.
“Addressing public grievances should be the top most priority of valley Police besides their operational and crime related commitments,” the IGP said
He stressed upon transparent and efficient policing with coordination with all sister agencies in the valley.
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