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People’s support helps security forces in peace mission in J&K: Dilbag Singh

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Dilbagh Singh
DGP Dilbagh Singh

 Director General of Police J&K Dilbag Singh on Wednesday said that people’s goodwill has supported the security forces in its peace mission and need to work hard to wipe out the terrorism fully from the soil forever.
Chairing joint officers meeting in south Kashmir on Wednesday the DGP said that public goodwill has supported the forces in its peace mission and stressed need to work hard to finish the remaining terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir forever.
He directed the officers to review their action plans and take immediate steps to neutralize the terrorists added that the hybrid terrorists need to be taken to task. He said this year so far over 100 modules of hybrid terrorists were smashed.
He said that Police and forces are in good command of the security situation and for this he complimented the forces. He said that work and professionalism of J&K Police and other security forces are being appreciated at different fora.
While giving thrust on minimizing and neutralising security threats, the DGP said that indoctrinations by Pakistan terror handlers is going on and they are using various media especially social to brain wash the vulnerable youth of J&K.
He said there are Over Ground Workers (OGWs) who help the Pakistan handlers in executing terror acts. He exhorted that different stakeholders of security and government have to work together to save the vulnerable youth from falling into the trap of Pak terror handlers.
He said that we need to hit harder on terrorists and their promoters in order to maintain long lasting peace.
The DGP directed the Commandants of CAPF, JKAP, IRP and district Police officers to sit together and review all measures taken for providing security to vulnerable pockets of the populations and also of religious places while keeping in view their sensitivity.
He stressed for increasing day and night patrolling in different areas and also directed for discussing requirements of Quick Response Teams (QRTs) and deployment of forces and area dominations on regular basis between senior ranks of the jurisdiction.
The DGP also discussed winter preparedness and stressed upon officers to look into all aspects of providing better facilities to jawans and directed them to take all measures for the welfare of personnel.
Army Commanders, DIsG of CRPF District SSsP, COs of Armed Police and IRP gave detailed briefings about the measures taken and in place for the safety and security of people.
Speaking to the media at Anantnag the DGP said that the security situation of South Kashmir is getting better and the crime scenario is also under control. He said that J&K Police alongwith Army and other security forces are working tirelessly for peace in J&K adding that dividends of which are quite visible on the ground.
With regard to the terror attacks on innocents, the DGP said elements who were involved in such inhuman acts were mostly neutralized and the society has denounced these acts. There have been condemnation against these acts but there is a need to stigmatise those involved in henius terror crimes,he added.
“If non-locals come here to earn livelihood and provide help in the economic growth of people, it is our responsibility to protect them and provide them a secure atmosphere,”he said.
He said that number of both foreign and local terrorists is in two digits and the active terrorists in South Kashmir is record low at present which is a heartening development for the people as well as for the forces.
The DGP said the parents, social and religious leaders must play their important role to sensitize the youth regarding the conspiracies of Pakistan and its agencies against the development and peace of J&K.
Besides ADGP Kashmir Zone Vijay Kumar the meeting was attended by Brig. A S Pundir, Commander 2 Sector RR,Brig. Amandeep Malhi, Commander 1 Sector RR, DIG CRPF DP Updhay, DIG CRPF Alok Avasthy, SSP Anantnag Ashish Kumar Mishra, SSP Kulgam Dr G.V. Sundeep Chakravarthy, SSP Awantipora Mohd Yousuf, CO IRP 11 Bn Sandeep Mehta, CO IRP 17th Javaid Iqbal Mir, CO CRPF 18th Bn B A K Chaurasia, CO CRPF 40th Bn R P Meena, Dy Commandants of CRPF & Police Bns., ASsP of Police and other gazetted officers of Police & CRPF.

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