‘Coordinated efforts will continue to foil militant attempts’
Precious Kashmir News
Srinagar, Sept 11: Director General of Police Dilbag Singh Friday visited Central Kashmir’s Budgam District, where he addressed a police Darbar, took review of security scenario of the district and inaugurated conference hall in District Police Office Budgam.
The DGP was accompanied by IGP Kashmir, Vijay Kumar and was received by the district Budgam SSP Nagpure Amod Ashok. Ceremonial Guard of honour was presented to the DGP J&K on his arrival.
After inaugurating Conference Hall, DGP took a round of the DPO office and inspected the working of various office sections.
He interacted with the officers/officials of the district and enquired about the various office works.
While interacting with the grievance cell of the district, the DGP advised the officials that priority should be given to redress the grievances of the general people.
He said good police-public relation is the foundation for the peaceful environment and added that local Police is the first respondent to any plea of general people as Police is on the ground 24X7 to protect them and safeguard their rights.
The DGP stressed upon all officers/officials to gain public confidence, good will and be always compassionate and helpful to the needy people. He advised them to attend to genuine grievances of the people.
Later, DGP visited SOG Camp Budgam, where he addressed the officers and officials in a darbar.
The DGP appreciated the role of Budgam police for maintaining pressure on the elements inimical to peace in J&K.
He said with the coordinated efforts of forces the militant activities have been restricted and action against them has been intensified.
The DGP lauded the role of police officers and jawans for tackling the ground situation effectively even in the face of a big challenge of coronavirus.
“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,” he said.
The DGP said that the people’s cooperation in bringing back the misguided local youth is imperative and added that the children of Jammu Kashmir should hold books and pen for their better future.