Jammu: Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh on Thursday said that the police along with other security forces are always ready to face every challenge with fortitude across J&K.
“Every day comes with a different challenge but J&K Police along with other security forces are ever ready to face all challenges with fortitude,” the DGP said speaking to the media here at Gulshan Ground after flagging off 120 police retrofitted motorcycles for police stations.
He said that in recent past a number of terror and narco modules aimed to create disturbance particularly in Jammu region were successfully busted and complimented the Jawans and officers of Police and CAPFs for tireless efforts in providing security to the people.
The Police Chief said that it is an effort to empower Jawans with additional mobility to ensure quick and better response to any criminal activity and added, “Jawans riding bikes will be connected with a concerned unit or control room; besides, they will be able to record and transmit any event.”
He said that deployment will further strengthen the patrolling in border and city grids.
He also interacted with the teams of BDS, ATS and Dog squad.
The flag off ceremony was also attended by ADGP Jammu, Mukesh Singh, IGP Traffic, J&K, Vikramjit Singh, DIG JSK Range, Vivek Gupta, DPT, J&K, Shridhar Patil, SSP Jammu Chandan Kohli, SSP Traffic, Koushal Sharma, AIG (P/T) PHQ, Gurinderpal Singh and other senior officers of Jammu District.
Meanwhile, stating that some elements with the evil and motivated interests are always attempting to create disturbance, Director General of Police Dilbag Singh said that the Jammu and Kashmir Police is successfully fighting infiltrations, narco and weapon smuggling in the Union Territory.
“We have been successfully fighting infiltrations, narco, weapon smuggling and other anti peace activities and will continue to do so with more strength,” the J&K Police Chief said while speaking to the media after chairing a crime review meeting at District Police Lines in Kathua District.
Singh also attended programs in connection with ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Maha Utsav’ organized by IRP 19th BN.
“The J&K Police and other sister agencies are working tirelessly for the peaceful Yatra and people across J&K are welcoming the pilgrims and facilitating them at every point,” he added.
The Police Chief said that Shri Amarnath yatra is going smoothly and hopefully will continue with the same manner, adding: “In every society, there are bad elements and good elements, we have to stand for good people and work against the bad elements.”
The DGP said, “We are peace loving people and anybody who attempts to disturb the peace here would be dealt with firmly.”
He said some elements with the evil and motivated interests are always attempting to create disturbance and added that like the past their every anti peace attempt is bound to fail.
“Pakistan and its agencies through drones are dropping weapons and drugs in the UT part to harm our younger generation but we all have to make collective efforts to foil their evil attempts,” he said and advised the students to focus on their studies and nation building activities.
“Stay away from the drugs as it is more dangerous than terrorism,” he said.
Earlier addressing the crime meeting, the DGP said that the jurisdictional officers must take all the measures to improve investigation and disposal of cases.
He stressed upon the officers to speed up the disposal of all pending cases and directed that the quality of investigation and disposal of these cases has to be improved for increasing the conviction rate.
Batting for strict monitoring of suspected activities and persons in border areas and preparing the list of suspected elements, he directed for efficient investigation of cases related to crime against women.
The DGP directed for conducting Police-public meetings at far-flung areas saying that it will contribute in achieving desired results.
During the meeting, threadbare discussion was held on general crime work and terrorism cases, backlog cases and their disposal, conviction of all crime cases including cases related to terrorism and narcotics.
The SSP Kathua Ramesh Kotwal briefed the DGP about the crime control measures and other allied policing activities.