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ADGP Railway chairs security meeting at Katra

Jammu, Oct 05 ( KINS): After assuming the charge as Addl. DGP Railways J&K UT Shri Sunil Kumar-IPS paid two days visit to Katra and reviewed the security of Railway installations there.

During his visit, the ADGP Railways chaired a security meeting in the office chamber of SSP Railways Katra in which SSP Railways Katra  Sanjay Kumar Kotwal, SDM Katra  Abhishek Sharma-IAS, Addl. S.P Katra  Amit Bassin, SDPO Katra Kuljeet Singh, Station Master Railway Station Katra, SHO RPF and other officers of GRP Unit Katra participated.

In the meeting special focus was kept on the security of pilgrims and also sought the co-ordination and cooperation of all agencies to facilitate the forthcoming festival of Navratras and other festivals ahead. The officer took stock of security arrangements being taken by the Railway Police Katra for the safety and security of Railway Stations, Railway track/tunnels/bridge/ and Railway property all along the Railway track in the jurisdiction of GRP Katra from Sangar to Katra. He also visited the Railway Station Katra, GRP Lines Katra, Police Station GRP Katra and interacted with the officers/jawans deployed there. While interacting with the officers and Jawans at GRP Lines, he emphasised on the behavioural aspects of the GRP manpower while performing their duties at Railway Station Katra as most of the travellers to Katra are religious pilgrims. He stressed that GRP men should display their highest degree of discipline, politeness and extend every possible help to the passengers. ( KINS)

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