DGP review security in South Kashmir

Excelsior Correspondent
Srinagar, Feb 25:  Director General of Police (DGP), SP Vaid, today stressed upon the security agencies to enhance coordination in dealing with the militants and the other elements who are bent upon vitiating peace in the State.
The DGP chaired security review meeting at Awantipora in South Kashmir that has seen worst militant violence recently. He stressed upon the officers to enhance the level of coordination among all security agencies to deal with militants and elements who are bent on vitiating peace and order in the State.
He impressed upon the security agencies to keep a close and constant vigil for effective security management.
The meeting was attended by Inspector General of Police, Kashmir Zone SJM Gillani, Deputy Inspector General of Police, South Kashmir, SP Pani and SSPs of South Kashmir range.
The IGP Kashmir SJM Gillani gave a detailed briefing regarding the overall security situation in the Valley and strategy adopted to fight militancy. He said that there is effective coordination between various security agencies in fighting militancy and dealing with law and order problems during anti-militancy operations.
Showing concern on the growing drug abuse, the DGP asked the officers to keep major focus on the narcotics trade and ensure that people involved in the illicit trade of narcotics are booked.
Earlier, DGP visited the homes of two army personnel who were killed in an ambush in Shopian district early this week.
Inspector General of Police, Kashmir Zone Gillani and GOC Victor Force Major General Ashok Narula and other senior officers of Police and Army accompanied  DGP on his visit to the home of army man Ghulam Mohidin at Panzpora, Anantnag.
DGP expressed solidarity with the bereaved families and prayed for the eternal peace of departed souls who gave supreme sacrifice of their lives while fighting the militants.