JKP, security forces will take all actions to bring end to proxy war initiated by Pak: DGP

DGP Dilbag Singh interacting with family member of a police martyr at DPL Kathua.
DGP Dilbag Singh interacting with family member of a police martyr at DPL Kathua.

Strict action will be taken against guilty irrespective of age or gender

Govind Sharma
JAMMU, Dec 19: Director General of Police J&K Dilbag Singh today said that J&K Police along with other security forces will take all stringent actions to bring an end to the proxy war initiated by Pakistan and its terror handlers.

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He said that operations against the terrorists are carried out day and night and the war against all those elements inimical to peace, people and development is being accelerated and security forces will not let them succeed at any cost.
“We are proud that J&K Police is bravely fighting the long war for 30 years with courage and dedication and has succeeded while giving supreme sacrifice of many brave hearts,” the DGP said while speaking to media persons on the sidelines of a function at Kathua Sports Stadium.
The DGP said that the security scenario is very progressive as compared to the past and is improving with each passing day. He said that very successful operations are being conducted during recent times in which Pakistani terrorists were neutralized and continuing with stringent action one more terrorist was killed today at Harwan Srinagar, he added.
Stating that their ultimate aim is to uproot the terrorism from J&K, the top cop of J&K Police said that launch pads and terror camps are active in Pakistan and are being used to infiltrate more terrorists with the support of ISI and their Army. He said that our security forces on the border and police in the hinterland are vigilant and alert to thwart any attempt of infiltration. He added that no one is above the law and strict action will be taken against the guilty irrespective of their age and gender.
Earlier, the DGP accompanied by ADGP Jammu Mukesh Singh paid rich floral tributes to the martyrs at the Martyrs’ Gallery. Other dignitaries and families of martyrs and citizens also paid floral tribute to the martyrs on the occasion. While paying tribute on behalf of J&K Police and people, the DGP said that organizing such programmes always boosts the morale for performing our duties with more zeal and zest and with more responsibilities.
Dilbag Singh said in the memories of our martyrs and for recalling their supreme sacrifices for protecting our nation and people, J&K Police is on regular basis organizing various programmes. He said that programmes organized in memory of martyrs are very special as “we remember them all who laid their lives during the last 30 years while facing challenges of proxy war launched by Pakistan.”
He said that families of martyrs are important part of J&K Police parivar and it gives him immense pleasure to witness general public’s support for these families. He said witnessing support of the general public gives more power and energy to J&K Police in performing their professional duties. He hoped that the children of martyrs will commit themselves for the development of the nation and assured that J&K Police is committed to support them in their endeavours. He said that PHQ is providing and is very keen to provide more support and all necessary welfare measures to the families of J&K Police Parivar.
Also present on the occasion were DC Kathua Dr Rahul Yadav, SSP Kathua R C Kotwal, Kathua Municipality Chairman Naresh Sharma, Principal Police Training School Kathua Roop Lal Bhagat, Commandant IRP 19th Battalion Benam Tosh, DDC vice chairman Raghunandan Singh, Chairman Shaheed Welfare Committee Ravinder Singh Salathia, families of martyrs and citizens of the Kathua district.
Later, the DGP interacted with the families of martyrs at DPL Kathua. He also interacted with the wards of martyrs and presented gift packs to them.