DGP Rajendra chairs security meet in in South Kashmir PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 10 April 2015 06:26

altJehlum Post News/Jammu/April 07, 2015/ In the back drop of militancy incidents in the Valley, the Director General of Police (DGP), Mr. K. Rajendra Kumar, Tuesday visited South Kashmir and chaired a meeting of police and central para-military officers to take on spot stock of the security scenario in the Range. Chairing the meeting, Mr. Rajendra sought reports from the district superintendents of police of South Kashmir and discussed the ways and means to handle the militancy related situations and chalk out the comprehensive plan to deal such situations firmly. Range DIG, Mr. Nitish Kumar, through a power presentation, apprised the meeting about the overall situation in all districts of Range. He also briefed the meeting about the efforts taken to

deal with the subversive elements. Mr. Rajendra, emphasising upon the officers to make a comprehensive plan in coordination with all sister agencies and adopt meaningful measures to overcome the menace of terrorism. He said that militant presence in the range is a matter of concern and the forces involved in maintaining the security should focus to find out the funding channels and orbit of the militants. Besides neutralizing the militants, forces should deal firmly with the sympathisers, who are hazardous for the peaceful atmosphere and security of the State. Discussing the unfortunate incident of Amshipura Shopian, in which three policemen were killed, the DGP said that human inputs should be accelerated to bring the culprits to justice. The investigation of militancy related incidents needs to be dealt through professional policing for successful and result oriented conclusions.

He said that, besides blocking the funding channels, mentors of militants should be pointed out and booked under law. Anti-militancy operations, using human inputs and public cooperation should be conducted to find out the militants. Our priority should be to make such operations successful without obstructing the activities of common man, whose security is our top concern. Mr. Rajendra stressed upon the officers to concentrate on summer strategy and Shri Amar Nath Yatra. He said that law and order would be ensured in the State and the subversive elements would not be allowed to disrupt the peaceful atmosphere of the State. He asked the participants to identify vulnerable and flash points and make necessary deployment in such areas. He also asked to conduct joint training of JKP and central para-military forces (CPMF) to deal law and order situation effectively.Among others, the meeting was attended by IGP (Kashmir Zone), SJM Gillani, GOC Victor Force, Maj Genl. Arvind Dutt, IGP CRPF, Mr. Nalin Prabat, DIG CRPF, Mr. O.S. Charak, Col. Shalinder, Col. S. Karal, District Superintendents of Police, Mr. Tejinder Singh, Mr. Mumtaz Ahmed, Mr. Mohammad Irshad and Mr. Altaf Ahmed Khan, COs, Mr. Rak Kumar, Mr. Rajmeet Singh, Mr. P.S. Garbyal, and other police officers.

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