Police-Public meet held in Kulgam
Srinagar, Jan 22: Police on Saturday said that a Police-Public meet was held at Kulgam in south Kashmir.
“DIG SKR and SP Kulgam presided over the meet which was attended by large number of people,” a police spokesman said.
The meet, according to the spokesman, was held to provide a clean administration and hassle free police services and to bridge the gap between police and public.
“Prominent citizens and respectable of Kulgam and adjoining areas representing different political, religious, social and trade organizations attended the meet,” the spokesman said.
DIG South Kashmir Range, Sh. S A Watali assured the public that issues concerning Police would be taken care of immediately, whereas the problems relating to civil administration would be conveyed at the appropriate level and redressed on priority to mitigate their sufferings. He emphasized the need of channelizing the energies of youth for positive and constructive activities in the society to usher an era of peace.
SP Kulgam Mubassir Latifi appealed the public to maintain peace at all costs as it was imperative for the development and other normal activities. He appealed to the public not to fall prey to the machinations of forces inimical to peace. He also appealed to isolate the mischief mongers and help Police in maintaining peace and tranquility in the area.
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