Srinagar: Deputy Commissioner (DC) of frontier Kupwara, Imam Din on Monday said that security cover for the minorities have been beefed up in the district.
He disclosed this while interacting with media at the district headquarter.
The DC said no element will be allowed to damage the social fabric and communal harmony in the district.
“Unscrupulous elements have attempted to damage the communal fabric of the society in J&K which upholds a long history of brotherhood and hospitality,” he observed.
The DC along with Senior Superintendent of Police Kupwara Yougal Manhas also interacted with the migrant community both residing at migrant colony and other places and various issues were discussed on the spot with them.
The DC said the security cover has also been beefed up for the community and on the demand of residents solar lights have also been installed in the Migrant Colony.
He assured all necessary support to the migrant community from administration, police and public about their safety and security, adding that there is no need to panic.
The DC said that a nodal officer has also been designated to keep close liaison with the migrant community for instant redressal of their issues.
SSP Kupwara Manhas assured full cooperation to the community and said that the police would not allow any element to damage the peace and congenial atmosphere in the district.
He said that necessary security has been provided wherever required.
In a major crackdown after militants shot dead seven civilians in a series of attacks, Police have detained over 500 people across the valley in past few days. They are being questioned to get clues about these killings.