Militants changing strategy: DGP
‘67 Police Stations For Newly Created Districts’
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Dec 30: The Director General of Police, Kuldeep Khuda, believes that militants were changing their strategy in Jammu and Kashmir.
“The militants and their mentors have seen the writing on the wall and thus changed their strategy. Ironically they successfully exploited innocent people to fulfil their interests,” Khuda writes in a New Year Message Booklet which was distributed to media organizations Thursday.
He writes that to reshape the police force on modern lines, “we are strengthening training infrastructure and emphasizing upon areas like counter insurgency operations, crime detection and modern techniques of investigation.”
“Creation of more police stations and police posts has assumed importance in the present scenario and the state government was generous to consider the proposals. Recently three police stations and 67 police posts were sanctioned for newly established districts in the state. In addition the government has already agreed to create five more police stations and three more police posts in North Kashmir,” Khuda writes.
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