Strengthen check points on NH: Jammu ADGP

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Jammu, (UNI): Additional Director General of Police, Jammu Zone, Mukesh Singh on Saturday emphasized upon strengthening of check points on the national highway to keep check on and prevent transportation of drugs, weapons and other criminal activities.

He was reviewing Law and Order, highway security and Border grid in Kathua and Samba districts.

Singh also reviewed over-all functioning of District Kathua and Samba with all supervisory officers including SHOs and investigating officers of the district, disposal of cases registered during the current year and previous pendency.
ADG Jammu also reviewed arrangements made at Kathua regarding sealing of the borders during the Assembly Election to be held tomorrow in Punjab.
He held a thorough discussion regarding the working of Police especially crime, investigation, NDPS and disposal of cases including under trial cases and other issues related to policing.
Singh stressed on the importance of good investigation and shared his experiences of investigation of cases.
ADGP impressed upon the SHO’s for proper compilation of records in the Police Stations to ensure efficient use of technology.

He said that CCTNS is a complete package which includes crime registration, investigation as well as some public services online.
Singh impressed upon all officers to also frequently use the ICJS portal for effective crime monitoring.
The ADGP Jammu emphasized upon the officers to strengthen the intelligence grid and ensure input sharing for speedy action by the forces.

He emphasized regular interactions and briefing of the subordinates at different levels.
The ADGP said that Police Public meetings, especially in the border villages should be conducted on a regular basis.
He said that people’s cooperation in the fight against narco-terrorism and other crimes is must.
Earlier the ADGP was received by SSP Kathua Ramesh Kotwal and SSP Samba Abhishek Mahajan and was given a guard of honour at DPL Kathua and DPL Samba on his arrival.

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