DGP reviews security scenario; directs police personnel to address public problems

DGP Dilbag Singh interacting with locals during his visit to South Kashmir Districts.

Excelsior Correspondent

SRINAGAR, Aug 17: Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh today visited South Kashmir districts of Awantipora and Anantnag and took a review of the security scenario in these areas and the deployment management on National Highway from Srinagar to Anantnag.
He was accompanied by IGP Kashmir SP Pani and was joined by IGP CRPF Rajesh Kumar Yadav at Anantnag.
Starting from Pampore, Dilbag Singh visited Police Station Pampore and interacted with police and CRPF personnel. He said that the security measures taken for maintaining law and order have been appreciated by the administration and the people as well. DGP also visited Police Station Awantipora where he interacted with civil society members.
He assured them that security of the people and their property is our great concern and every step is being taken to ensure law and order.
DGP later visited Anantnag where he interacted with the police officers and reviewed the law and order situation in these districts. The DGP J&K also visited CRPF Camp at Urnhall and interacted with CRPF officers and personnel.
DGP alongwith the officers took a round of the Anantnag town. During his visit and interaction with officers & jawans Dilbag Singh emphasised upon the Police/CRPF officers to remain in touch with the subordinate units to address their problems as also of the people. He also stressed for enhanced synergy among the forces for better arrangements.
There was relaxation of prohibitory orders in the jurisdiction of 35 Police Stations where the situation remained totally peaceful. DGP stated that more areas shall be relaxed tomorrow.