DGP visits Ganderbal, Srinagar, inaugurates Police Post & Contingency Response Transit Camp
Srinagar : “Police and security forces with the support of people will smash every tactic being adopted by the Pak sponsored terror groups to generate fear, and we will foil every evil attempt of anti-peace elements”. This was stated by Director General of Police, J&K Shri Dilbag Singh during his day-long visit to Central Kashmir districts of Ganderbal and Srinagar.
Accompanied by ADGP Kashmir Zone, Shri Vijay Kumar, DIG Central Kashmir Range, Shri Sujit Kumar and AIG Building, Shri Javid Iqbal Matoo, the DGP during his visit to Ganderbal inaugurated Police Post Nagbal Shuhama, Contingency Response Transit Camp at Sonamarg and also laid foundation stone of Police Station Sonamarg and Kangan.
He later laid foundation stone of Police Station Zakoora, Srinagar. The DGP after laying the foundations of these buildings sought details of the buildings being constructed and the plans of construction and other allied facilities.
He directed for finishing the construction and all allied works within stipulated time and also impressed upon providing better work and living facilities to the police personnel. He directed for modification wherever needed and for optimum use of land and resources with due care of landscaping.
After the inauguration of Police post Nagbal Shuhama and Contingency Response Transit Camp at Sonamarg, he inspected both the structures to know the facilities created in these structures.
The engineers briefed the DGP J&K and other officers regarding the buildings and the plans of construction. He also inspected the Police station and interacted with jurisdictional officers.
While interacting with the jawans and officers at these places, the DGP enquired about the available facilities. He impressed upon the personnel to be more dedicated towards professional duties and continue to work for safety, security of the people. He directed for quick disposal of public grievances.
During the visit to Ganderbal the SSP Ganderbal and other jurisdictional officers also briefed the DGP regarding the measures taken for maintaining the peace and tranquility in the district. He was also briefed regarding the methods adopted to keep the anti-peace elements under check.
DGP, J&K while speaking to the media said that during over last three decades terrorism has disrupted the peace, education of children, career of youth and developmental activities. He said that it has been our effort to provide better and secure environment to the people of J&K for which he said that anti-terror operation would continue so as to track down the remaining terrorists.
He said that the situation in Jammu and Kashmir is improving very fast and hoped for further improvement in the coming months. He said that despite chilly weather conditions, a large number of tourists are visiting the valley.
With regard to the Shopian encounter, the DGP said that killed terrorists were involved in innocent civilian killings in Shopian and added that the number of active terrorists both local and foreign has come down to the record low. He said that people are living here in coexistence and brotherhood and added that “we will not allow the sponsored groups to harm this bond”. He said that irrespective of weather conditions intensified anti-terror operation would continue.
The DGP said that the infiltration graph has seen decline and those attempted to infiltrate were either killed at the time of infiltration or shortly after the infiltration.He said that the ISI sponsored TRF and Kashmirfight are both mouth pieces of terror outfits aimed to keep terror groups alive.
He said that with the support of the people forces would defeat every evil attempt of anti-peace elements. ADGP Kashmir Shri Vijay Kumar while speaking to reporters about Shopian operation said that the killed terrorists were involved in the killing of a Kashmiri Pandit and a labourer from Nepal.
He said that barring one, all modules of terrorists involved in the civilian killings in the last three years have been neutralized. “Lateef Lone, one of the killed terrorists was involved in the killing of a Kashmiri Pandit,” he said, adding that another militant Umer Nazir was involved in the killing of a labourer from Nepal.
The DGP also visited Police Station Zakoora where he was received by SSP Srinagar, Shri Rakesh Balwal and other officers. He took round of the police station and inspected the facilities available for Jawans and officers.
He then laid the foundation stone of New Building for the Police Station. He also interacted with the SHO and the personnel deployed there. On the occasion, the DGP was briefed by engineers regarding the plan and outlay of the police station.