DGP reviews security in Jammu
Jammu, Nov 7: The Director General of Police, Kuldeep Khoda today reviewed the law and order arrangements made for six months in the winter capital.
Khoda chaired a meeting of senior officers of Police, Security, Traffic, CID/Central Intelligence Agencies and CRPF.
The participants briefed the DGP about the available inputs and their assessment over the security and law and order situation in Jammu region.
They briefed about the additional law and order arrangements put in place around Civil Secretariat and other places in the City in view of the Bandh Call given by BJP supported by other parties for November 8, which is also the opening day of Durbar.
DGP asked the officers to put in their best for ensuring adequate security during the functioning the Durbar move.
DGP issued instructions to DIG Traffic Jammu about bringing improvement in the regulation of traffic and booking the violators of traffic rules.
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