DIG railways reviews security arrangements
Srinagar, Aug 17: Deputy Inspector General of Railway Police/ Security, A K Atri today reviewed security arrangements of railway tracks at Kakapora, Panzgam, Bijbehara, Sadora in Islamabad (Anantnag) and Qazigund railway sub-division.
According to police communiqué, the DIG accompanied by SDPO Railway Islamabad (Anantnag), Mushtaq Ahmad, assured the GRP personnel that the matter pertaining to their accommodation problem would be soon taken up with concerned authorities.
The SDPO GRP gave information to DIG railway during interaction at these stations and told him that during first fortnight of August-2011, approximately 32000 passengers traveled to and fro from Qazigund to Srinagar.
DIG railway stressed upon all the officers/officials to ensure security of passengers, trains, stations and tracks.
At Qazigund, DIG also held a Durbar of GRP officers/officials in which 60 officers/officials participated.
DIG told the participants to remain extra vigilant in performing their duties. “There should be no compromise on the security and every effort should be made to thwart any attempt of the anti-national elements.”
During the Durbar, most of the officials reported that the uniform items and mess utensils should be provided as the same was required by them. SP/SDPO GRP Islamabad (Anantnag) was directed to do the needful immediately, the communiqué said.
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