Kashmir Indepth

J&K Police Fought Terrorism With Utmost Courage; Peaceful Atmosphere Our Prime Concern: DGP Dilbag Singh

Srinagar, July 31 : Continuous vigil needs to be maintained to curb the activities of anti-national elements and criminals to ensure peaceful atmosphere in the State. This was stated by Director General of Police Dilbag Singh who was on a day long visit to Bandipora and Baramulla, districts of North Kashmir where he chaired meetings of Officers of Bandipora, Baramulla and Sopore.

The DGP Dilbag Singh was accompanied by IGP Kashmir, S.P Pani and DIG, North Kashmir Range, Mohammad Suleman Choudhary to review the security scenario in these districts. During his visit the DGP chaired officers meeting at district Police Headquarters Bandipora and Baramulla. The officers briefed the DGP regarding the security scenario in their respective jurisdictions.

While addressing the officers, the DGP said that Jammu and Kashmir Police from last three decades has been fighting the challenge of terrorism with utmost courage, ensuring security and safety of the public. DGP said that peaceful atmosphere and security of the people is our prime concern for which we have to ensure peace and order in the State. He directed Police officers that all nefarious designs of unlawful elements be curbed. The DGP emphasized that a continuous vigil needs to be maintained and people support be ensured to curb the activities of anti-national elements and criminals.

The DGP once again stressed for strict action against the people involved in drug trade, saying that the menace is proving dangerous after every passing day. He directed the officers to take strict action against the rumour mongers, trying to create fear and panic among the people.

The meeting at Bandipora was attended by SSP Bandipora Rahul Malik, Dy.SP Headquarters, Bandipora Mir Murtaza Hussain and other officers.

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