Srinagar: Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh visited Anantnag on Monday where he inaugurated the newly constructed Police station building at Mattan.
A police spokesman said that the building has been named after the martyr DySP Himayun Muzzammil Bhat.
The DGP was accompanied by ADGP (headquarters/Coordination) PHQ, M.K Sinha and ADGP Kashmir, Vijay Kumar during his visit.
Ghulam Hassan Bhat (retired IGP), father of martyr Dysp Himayun Muzzammil Bhat, DIG South Kashmir, Rayees Mohammed Bhat, SSP Aanantnag, G.V Sundeep Chakravarthy, AIG (Building) Amit Bhasin, representatives of Public bodies, locals of the area and other senior officers were present at the inaugural function.
Soon after the inauguration of the newly constructed Police station building, the DGP inspected the building and also interacted with the officers and jawans of the Police Station.
He took stock of the functioning of the Police Station. While speaking to the media, the DGP said that the visit was aimed to inaugurate the newly constructed police station.
He said that the building has been named after the Dysp Himayun Muzzammil Bhat, a fallen hero’ of J&K Police and added that it was our commitment to pay tribute to the fallen DySP which would be remembered for years to come.
He paid rich tributes to the martyrs of J&K Police and other security force who sacrificed for the people and integrity of the country. He said that during over last three decades we have lost a number of loved ones and witnessed destruction of property.
The DGP said that witnessing peace and stability here, our enemy gets frustrated as they celebrate killing and destruction here and are making continuous attempts to disturb peace in J&K.
He said that J&K police is strong enough to foil their evil designs. He said that the elements involved in yesterday’s and today’s terror incidents would not be spared and added that investigation into both the incidents is being conducted and involved would be brought to justice very soon.