Precious Kashmir News
Anantnag, Aug 27: Stressing on the need to continue coordination among all security agencies to maintain continuous vigil on the activities of anti-national elements, Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh on Thursday said that greater synergy among the security agencies has helped in achieving better results.
A police spokesperson said that Singh made these remarks while chairing a meeting of senior officers of Police of South Kashmir Range at DIG office Anantnag.
Complementing the Police, Army, CRPF for recent successes against terrorism in South Kashmir, Singh said that providing secure and peaceful atmosphere to the people is on our priority and every attempt of the anti-national elements to disrupt the peaceful atmosphere in Jammu and Kashmir would be neutralized firmly.
He said that J&K Police with other sister agencies despite facing tough challenges have succeeded to maintain a sense of security among the minds of the people and added that forces have to continue their joint qualitative efforts to ensure long lasting peace in Jammu and Kashmir.
The DGP said that despite challenges, forces have ensured to avoid loss of lives and property of the common masses, while dealing different situations.
He stressed upon the officers to maintain close coordination with their ranks and strengthen relations with the people to achieve better results. The DGP said that cooperation of the people with the forces has helped in maintaining peace and these relations should be strengthened at all levels to foil the ill designs of lawbreakers. “Community policing at the grass root level would enhance the police public relations,” the DGP said.
Singh stressed upon the officers for effective domination in respective areas to keep the activities of suspicious elements under surveillance. He stressed on focus on qualitative changes, keeping in mind the advancements on security front. “While conducting counter insurgency operations, the security of people has to be ensured,” the DGP added.
The DGP sought reports from the concerned district officers present in the meeting about the achievements in various fronts of professional policing.