CRPF honing its tactics to tackle challenges in J&K

GJ REPORT Jammu, Nov 27: Central Reserve Police Force is honing its tactics to tackle challenges in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Speaking at the inauguration ceremony of 9th Batch Pre-Induction training for personnel of Jammu Sector Battalions of CRPF here on Monday at Zonal Training Centre, Nagrota, A Padma Kumar, Commandant 33 Bn CRPF, said, “the aim of this training is to acquaint the personnel newly inducted in J&K about the security scenario prevailing in the state and to prepare them to handle the unique law and order problems of J&K effectively within the ambit of law.” He said, “special focus during the training would be to devise ways and means to deal with militant attacks and offensive protest by unruly mobs through case studies, participative discussion and experience sharing by experienced officers and prominent guest lecturers.” Kumar said that the essence of endeavor is to refresh their knowledge of minor tactics and expertise on newly inducted equipments. The CRPF officer advised the trainees to attend the training programs sincerely and learn as much as possible from the training so that the objective of the training could be achieved. Among the others present in the august gathering were Shri DK Jha Second-in-Command CRPF Range Hiranagar, Shri Anil Kumar Second-in-Command 166 Bn CRPF, Shyam Gopal Gupta, Medical Officer Group Centre CRPF Hiranagar, Hari Joseph Assistant Commandant 33 Bn CRPF, Azar Mohd Assistant Commandant (Training) and Shri Apurba Vishwas Assistant Commandant Group Centre CRPF Hiranagar and other personnel of CRPF.