Security situation satisfactory: DGP
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 2: The Director General of Police, (DGP), Kuldeep Khoda, on Saturday expressed his satisfaction over the law and order and security situation in the state.
“With the improving security situation, educational, trade and developmental activities have regained pace and the valley is witnessing a huge flow of domestic and foreign tourists,” said Khoda.
He said that police public coordination has been strengthened at all levels which has resulted in ensuring law and order maintenance in the State.
“People have reposed their faith in the department and come to the police to get their grievances redressed. It is the duty of every police personnel to give a patient hearing to the genuine grievances of public,” the DGP said.
He stressed upon field officers to convene meetings with the locals under their jurisdiction and know their problems to solve them on priority. He thanked the people for extending their full cooperation to police department in maintaining law and order and peace in the state.
The DGP said that some elements do not want peace in the state for their personal gains and want to disrupt congenial atmosphere by spreading havoc among the public through rumors. He appealed the people to remain vigilant about the “nefarious designs” of these elements. The people of the valley have always proved themselves peace loving citizens and the elements inimical to peace should realize this, the DGP added.
Khoda said that Jammu and Kashmir Police is at the service of the people round the clock and any person having any problem should contact the Srinagar Police Control Room (PCR) on the following numbers 2452138, 2452098, 2455883, 100, mobile numbers 9419093561 and 9419405550.
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