Srinagar: The Director General of Police J&K Shri Dilbag Singh today inaugurated an Open Air Gym, inspected the martyrs’ memorial, Parade ground and interacted with the officers at Armed Police Complex Zewan.
ADGsP S. J. M. Gillani, M. K Sinha, Sunil Kumar, Danesh Rana, IGsP Shri Garib Dass, Vijay Kumar, DIG Central Kashmir Shri Amit Kumar, DIG, Dr. Sunil Gupta, Commandants of Kashmir Based Battalions and a large number of children were present at the inaugural ceremony.
While interacting with the officers, the DGP said that installing Open Air Gymnasia at different places for the welfare of our officers & Jawans, police families residing in Police Housing Colonies and residents of the respective adjacent areas is an initiative taken by the Police Headquarters under its Civic Action Programme. He said that under this initiative of J&K Police, green gyms have already been opened at many different locations in the UT. He said that another open air gym would be opened in Srinagar very soon.
The DGP inspected all the equipment installed in the gym and interacted with the children. He advised all the Police personnel and residents of the complex to take full advantage of the equipment which has been installed. He also inspected martyrs memorial and parade ground, and gave on spot directions for beautifying and renovation keeping in with aesthetics of the place. He expressed his satisfaction over the black topping of the parade ground. He impressed upon the officers to take necessary measures with regard to renovation and repairing of the martyrs’ memorial in view of the Police Commemoration Day.
The DGP later interacted with the officers at GOs mess there and reviewed the works of renovation and maintenance works of the Armed Police Complex. He directed for early completion of the facilities under construction. He gave directions in a number of issues raised during the interaction.
The ADGP Armed thanked the DGP and PHQ for providing the necessary funds for installing the gym facility at Police Housing Colony.
BSF recovers arms, ammunition, fake currency in Akhnoor JAMMU, Sept 27: Paramilitary BSF on Monday seized cache of arms and ammunition with fake currency along international border in Akhnoor sector here.
A BSF spokesman said a huge cache of arms, ammunition, narcotics and fake Indian currency notes were recovered near international border in Akhnoor area.
“Acting on a specific input, a search operation was conducted in Akhnoor Area,” he said.
During search, the spokesman said that a bag was found hidden in thick sarkanda grass.
On opening it was found containing, four pistols, eight magazines, 190 rounds of 7.63 x 25 MM and one packet containing narcotics (likely Heroin) weighing about one-kg with fake currency worth Rs.2,75,000/-. (KINS)