GOC reviews Durbar Move security
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Oct 13: Ahead of the traditional bi-annual Durbar move in Jammu and Kashmir to the winter capital, the state’s highest-level security panel reviewed the security of the region here Wednesday.
Chaired by the General Officer Commanding 16 Corps and Security Advisor Lieutenant General Rameshwar Roy, the Core Group meeting reviewed the security situation in Jammu region in light of the impending Durbar move and the forthcoming festive season.
It also discussed the latest attempts of infiltration by various militant groups.
Lt Gen Roy stated at the meeting that there is need to be more vigilant in view of the possibility of militants attempting to disrupt the existing peace in the region, especially during the forthcoming important festivals.
He also said that zero tolerance for human rights’ violations by security forces must continue to be ensured at all costs with emphasis on the conduct of joint operations.
All areas must be appropriately sanitised regularly in view of the ongoing rush of pilgrims to Vaishno Devi shrine, he said.
The meeting was attended by senior Civil, Police, PMF and Army Officers which included Tilak Devasher - Commissioner SB, Jammu, RK Gupta - Additional Commissioner of Jammu, Ashok Kumar Gupta - IG Police, Jammu, S Chattopadhyaya - IG BSF Prahlad Singh - DIG, CRPF, Naveen Agarwal - IG (Rly), Anurag Kumar - Deputy Director, SIB, Jammu and other officials.
General Officers Commanding various formations affiliated to 16 Corps were also present at the meeting.
The civil secretariat and all other government offices will close in Srinagar on October 29 and reopen in the winter capital, November 8.
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