*Reviews security of South Kashmir with DG BSF
SRINAGAR, Aug 24: Director-General of Police (DGP) Jammu and Kashmir Dilbag Singh today said that action against terrorists will continue and stressed upon the need to maintain and strengthen the security grids in all the districts.
Jointly chairing security review meetings with Director General BSF Rajnikant Mishra, after they visited South Kashmir’s Anantnag district, the DGP said that he has visited all the regions of the State in past two weeks. However, there is a need to maintain and strengthen the security grids in all the districts.
Referring to the cordon and search operations against the terrorists, the DGP said that the action against terrorists will continue. He directed the officers to maintain close liaison with public and solve their grievances. The DGP said that effective action has been taken against the rumour mongers. He impressed upon the jurisdictional officers to keep a check on the elements inimical to the law & order.
The meetings were attended by senior officers including IG BSF Abinav Kumar, DIG SKR Atul Goel, DIG CRPF Kulgam Dileep Ambesh, DIG CRPF Anantnag Mohsin Shadeedi, DIG CRPF Awantipora B S Negi, SSP Anantnag Altaf Khan, SSP Kulgam Gurinderpal Singh, SSP Awantipora Tahir Saleem and other senior officers.
At the very outset of the meeting, DG BSF and DGP J&K were briefed about the present security scenario of South Kashmir districts by the officers. They were apprised about the present law and order situation of these districts. The officers were briefed that overall security scenario of the range is under control and all the measures have been taken to ensure law and order is maintained
The DGP urged upon the field officers to see the requirements of the newly inducted CAPF are fulfilled and all possible help is provided to give them reasonable working conditions. He appreciated the people friendly conduct of security forces in most of the places and insisted that same must continue. We are there to see that the genuine day to day issues and requirements of the people are not seriously affected even when some restrictions are in place, he added.