PULWAMA — Mohammad Yousuf, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) in Pulwama, spearheaded a grievance redressal initiative, underscoring the commitment of law enforcement to address public concerns in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district. Mr Yousuf chaired the event held in Nehama village of Kakapora area, aiming to fortify the rapport between the police force and local residents on Monday.
The gathering, comprising inhabitants from Nehama village and neighbouring areas, availed the opportunity to voice their grievances directly to SSP Mohammad Yousuf.
With patience and attentiveness, SSP Pulwama meticulously listened to a spectrum of concerns articulated by the public, including issues raised by youth, senior citizens, and women. Yousuf promptly assured them of effective resolutions, earning expressions of gratitude from attendees for the proactive approach of the Jammu and Kashmir Police in addressing their grievances.
In his engagement with the community, SSP Yousuf stressed the pivotal role of community policing in the prevention and detection of crimes, particularly emphasizing the need to combat drug trafficking and militancy. He urged public cooperation, encouraging the sharing of any pertinent information that could aid in curbing criminal activities.
The primary objective of the grievance redressal camp centred on fostering a robust relationship between law enforcement and the public, striving to instil a sense of security and mutual trust within the community.
SSP Pulwama reaffirmed the unwavering commitment of the Jammu and Kashmir Police to ensure a safe and secure environment for the district’s residents. Yousuf highlighted the relentless efforts of the police force in preventing and detecting crimes, underscoring their dedication to upholding law and order in the region.