Srinagar- With just two days left for the Supreme Court to pronounce its verdict on a batch of pleas challenging Article-370 revocation, the top security brass on Friday went into huddle in this capital city to discuss all expectedly emerging situations in view of upcoming events.
The joint meeting was chaired by ADGP Law and order Vijay Kumar at the Police Control Room (PCR) here on Friday afternoon, a police spokesperson said. The meeting was attended by Div Com Kashmir, IGP Kashmir, DD IB, DIsG of all the ranges of Kashmir, DIG CID and all the DMs & SSsP of Kashmir division.
Today’s high-security meeting comes two days ahead of the scheduled verdict by the Supreme Court on a batch of petitions challenging revocation of Article 370 of the Constitution which gave special privileges to the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir.
According to the cause list of December 11, Monday, uploaded on the apex court website, a five-judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud would deliver the verdict.
During the meeting, the spokesperson said, all the officers briefed the chair on the prevailing law and order and security scenario and shared the field generated inputs with respect to all the expectedly emerging situations in view of upcoming events.
“All the district heads were stressed to keep eye on the situation, and take preventive and punitive actions under law those who indulge in mischief, misinformation and misuse of social media. He stressed that miscreants and mischievous elements shouldn’t be allowed to vitiate the peace and harmony,” he said.
Kumar, he said, also got briefed about prevention of incidents and directed to anticipate different scenarios and accordingly plan an effective response for the same.
“All DMs and SSPs were asked by the ADGP and Div Com Kashmir to conduct meetings with field officers and other stakeholders. ADGP L&O sensitized them about the calibrated response to be taken in case of any untoward scene emerging out of the situation,” the spokesperson added.
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