SRINAGAR — Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbagh Singh addressed media at District Police Lines in Pulwama today after two militants and a CRPF man was killed in a gunbattle at Bandzoo village of the district.
Jammu and Kashmir Police and other security forces are working in tandem against terrorism and to stabilise and strengthen peace in J&K. This was stated by Director General of Police, J&K, Dilbagh Singh on his visit to south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
Accompanied by IGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar, the DGP took a darbar and interacted with the jawans of police and CRPF at District Police Lines Pulwama. DIG South Kashmir Atul Kumar Goel, SSP Pulwama Ashish Kumar Mishra, CO 182 BN CRPF Nadeem Ahmed, CO 183 BN CRPF D.S Negi, SP Shopian Amritpal Singh, ASP Pulwama Tanveer Ahmad and other senior officers were present on the occasion.
While interacting with the police personnel, the DGP appreciated the role of officers and jawans for tackling the ground situation effectively even in the face of a big challenge of coronavirus. He said that despite many challenges, personnel of police and other security forces are working professionally to eliminate threats to peace from various ‘Pakistan sponsored militant outfits’ and subversive agencies.
The DGP lauded the synergic efforts of security forces and police personnel in bringing down drastically the number of militants and their associates, thereby providing relief to the people of these districts who have been victim of militant violence. He appreciated the efforts of police and other security forces for their professional handling of law and order situations effectively along with flattening the graph of ‘terror’ violence considerably.
Referring to recent successful ‘anti-terror’ operations, the DGP appreciated prompt and coordinated action of security forces and added, “We need to continue our sustained anti-terror operations to put an end to the Pak sponsored terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir.”
He said that Jammu and Kashmir Police and other security forces are working hard to bring an enduring peace to this beautiful place and people who have suffered from long years of ‘terror violence’ due to Pakistan’s anti-people and anti-peace nefarious designs.
He said that repeated attempts of Pakistan to disturb peace in J&K further strengthens our resolve to counter its agenda of death and destruction against the people.
While interacting with the officers, the DGP stressed the need for cohesive action to enforce constant vigil on anti-national elements, effectively maintaining internal security and ensuring the peaceful atmosphere in Jammu and Kashmir.
The DGP directed the officers to make optimum use of all available resources and ensure coordinated action on the ground for providing prompt and strong counter-terror responses on all fronts. The DGP also announced Bada Khana for Police and CRPF personnel on the occasion.
The DGP stressed upon the officers for effective area domination based on analysis and also joint patrolling to keep the activities of suspicious elements under surveillance.
The officers of police and CRPF apprised the DGP about the security scenario, law and order, crime control, community policing and ‘anti-terror’ operation in their respective jurisdictions.
Earlier, DGP attended the wreath laying ceremony of the HC Kale Sunil at RTC Humhama alongside other officers and jawans of police and CRPF. He paid rich tributes to the slain soldier and conveyed his deep condolences to the bereaved family.