DGP directs officers to tone up grievance redressal system

DGP Dilbag Singh chairing meeting at Srinagar on Monday.
DGP Dilbag Singh chairing meeting at Srinagar on Monday.

Excelsior Correspondent
SRINAGAR, May 6: In connection with the annual Darbar Move from Jammu to the summer capital, Police Headquarters and other move police offices resumed their functioning here today.
DGP J&K reached PHQ where he was received by senior police officers. He was presented ceremonial guard of honour by a contingent of Armed Police.
DGP chaired a meeting of senior police officers which was attended among others by ADGP CID Dr B Srinivas, ADGP (Coord.) PHQ AK Choudhary, ADGP Armed SJM Gillani, ADGP (Hqrs) PHQ AG Mir, ADGP Security, Law and Order Muneer Ahmed Khan, IGP (CIV) PHQ Dr SD Singh Jamwal, IGP (Pers) PHQ JP Singh, Director SSG Surinder Gupta, IGP Kashmir SP Pani, DIG (CKR) VK Birdi, AIGs of PHQ and other Gazetted Officers.
While chairing the meeting, the DGP highlighted that the public grievance system in place needs to be further toned up. He said that we are expected to perform better by monitoring the things on daily basis and to stay within deadlines. He said that for redressing the grievances of the people, officers must adopt a pro-active approach.
He also impressed upon the officers to look into the genuine grievance of the police personnel and the SPOs. He directed the officers to complete the plans in these regards within shortest possible time.
Later, DGP inspected different sections of these offices and interacted with the police personnel. He sought updates from the officers and personnel on different tasks and also advised them to enhance their capacities for fast deliverance.