Take stringent action against terrorists in J&K: DGP Dilbag Singh

Srinagar :  Director General of Police J&K Dilbag Singh on Tuesday directed the officers to take stringent action against terrorists and their sympathizers, who are desperately attempting to disturb the peace.

He stressed for devising new strategies to tackle the residual militancy and directed officers to chase terrorists wherever they are.

Chairing the joint officers meet at District Police Lines Baramulla on Tuesday, the DGP directed officers to take stringent action against terrorists and their sympathizers who are desperate and are attempting to disturb the peace in Jammu and Kashmir.

He also advised officers to take care of boundaries between different districts make small teams and set targets for them (terrorists).

He said that security gaps have to be plugged for which interaction and review meetings between forces should be conducted on a regular basis.

With regard to the UAPA & NDPS cases, the DGP said that these cases are on top priority and directed to do the best investigations to get conviction rates increased.

He said that directions given with regard to disposal of cases be met professionally and on time. He said that the people of J&K have given full support and cooperation in maintaining peace. He said that those involved in anti national activities must be dealt with by stringent action against them.

Earlier, DGP J&K also addressed a joint darbar of Police and SSB 2nd Bn. at Bab Teing Pattan.In his address the DGP said that SSB is a relatively new force in the UT as compared to other CAPFs.

He complimented the SSB for the performance shown in such a short period and said that working with them during the last few years has been a great experience adding that the force is full of young and energetic officers and jawans.

He hoped that the synergy between SSB, JKP and other security forces will continue to work for peace.

DGP unveiled a statue of martyr Constable Mudasir Ahmad at Bindaas Chowk Baramulla.The chowk has been named after the martyr.

Muadassir was killed in an encounter on May 25 in which three foreign militants of Jaish-e-Mohammad were also neutralized.

During his recent visit Union Home Minister Amit Shah also visited the family of policeman Mudasir in Uri.

DGP lauded the role of civil administration with whose support the statue of Police martyr Constable Mudasir Ahmad was unveiled today.

The DGP also inaugurated multiple facilities for officers & jawans of the district The DGP also chaired a joint security review meeting at District Police Lines, Baramulla.