Jammu: Exhorting officers to keep good work going with sincere efforts, Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh on Wednesday asked them to be alert and intensify anti-militancy operations to track down the remaining militants in the Kishtwar district.
On the second leg of his visit to the Jammu Region, Singh visited the Kishtwar and Udhampur districts of the Union territory.
“Intensify the anti-militancy operations so those remaining active militants in the district are tracked down,” said the J&K Police Chief while chairing a meeting of officers and reviewing the security scenario ahead of Independence Day.
Singh said that anti-national elements always look for an opportunity to foment trouble in the peaceful areas and added that Jammu and Kashmir Police along with Army, CAPF has always given a befitting reply to the Pakistan sponsored terrorism and will continue doing so.
He asked subordinates to be alert while performing duties to thwart any evil designs of the anti-national forces and also conduct joint Cordon and Search Operations (CASOs) in forest areas.
DGP appreciated J&K Police and other security forces including intelligence wings for arresting two militants immediately after they join the militant ranks.
He stressed continued pressure on militants and Over Ground Workers to further consolidate peace and directed the officers to stay focused on the assigned responsibilities. He directed the officers to maintain surveillance on the support system of militants.
Singh also held a Darbar with the cops and took a review of the arrangements regarding the forthcoming Independence Day celebration in both districts.
He also paid floral tributes to slain at Martyrs Memorial Udhampur.
Addressing the darbar, he said that due to the hard work and efforts of Police, Army and CAPF personnel peace has largely prevailed and added that little more efforts are required to restore complete peace.
Stressing for improving and strengthening the surveillance and information gathering method at ground level, the DGP directed for keeping the anti-national elements under check.
He directed the officers and cops to make optimum use of the resources at their disposal and be always aware and informed about the ground situation so that no room is provided to the anti-peace elements.
DGP was directed for organizing the capacity-building programmes to improve efficiency and for strengthening the investigation methods.
He emphasized for planned and organized work to get better results and stressed gaining public confidence, goodwill and said that the people’s cooperation is necessary for making the environment peaceful.
Referring to the grievances highlighted by the cops during the darbar, the DGP assured redressal on priority.
Earlier chairing the officers meeting at Udhampur, the DGP lauded the police personnel for accepting and tackling multiple challenges time and again.
He directed the officers to continue the good work with more energy. He directed the officers to strengthen the highway security grid and augment the security at Naka points.
He directed the officers to enhance synergy within the ranks and with other security forces to strengthen the security of the highway grid so that any evil attempt by anti-national elements is foiled.
He also directed stringent actions against the elements found involved in drug trafficking. (UNI)