DGP stresses for better policing
PHQ RESUMES FUNCTIONING
Srinagar, May 9: Following the Annual Darbar Move, Jammu and Kashmir Police Headquarters (PHQ) resumed functioning here today.
On the occasion, the Director General of Police (DGP), Kuldeep Khoda inspected various moving police establishments including (PHQ), Armed, Security, Crime, CID, Railway and Traffic Headquarters.
The DGP was received at PHQ lawns by senior police officers and was presented a guard of honour by the contingents of Armed Police. Accompanied by senior police officers, the DGP visited various sections of PHQ and enquired from the officers and officials about the working of their sections. He stressed upon them to work with zeal, dedication and discipline.
Later the DGP chaired a high level meeting of heads of all wings of Police Organization at PHQ to discuss security scenario and law and order situation in the State. He expressed satisfaction over the law and order situation and emphasised for peace and development with the cooperation of people across the State.
“The elements, inimical to peace, should be isolated by making aware the people about their ill designs. Our focus should be to ensure peace in the State which is mandatory for education and developmental activities. The men in khaki have to ignore their personnel comforts and ensure peaceful atmosphere so that the people feel themselves safe and secure,” the DGP said.
He stressed upon the officers present in the meeting to maintain high alert despite dipping graph of militancy related incidents. Referring to the activities taken by the department under its Civic Action Programme, the DGP said that the activities would continue across the State. He said that in view of the growing populace in the summer capital, the Organization has realized need for more sports stadiums and is approaching the authorities to identify a proper space in the city which could be developed as stadium for the youth.
He reiterated that the best singers recognized during recent singing talent hunt organized by the department at various levels across the State, would be sent to Mumbai to refine their talent further so that they could bring laurels for the State at national level.
He hoped that the efforts of the Police Organization would yield good results and the youth would prove their talent in the fields of education, science, sports, cultural and other activities for their bright future.
The meeting also discussed various issues related to traffic management, crime detection, infrastructure facilities and pace of progress of departmental works presently under execution in the State. Stressing for time bound execution of the works, he said that the department is keen to provide better living and working facilities to its personnel. He also stressed for better traffic management without causing inconvenience to common people especially the school going children.
The meeting was attended by Additional Directors General of Police, K. Rajendra Kumar, Ram Lubhaya and Dr. Gopal Reddy, Inspectors General of Police— DR. Doley, Navin Agerwal, SM. Sahai, Raja Aijaz Ali, Owais Ahmed, MA. Shah, Z. H. Chisti, Dr. B. Srinivas, A. K. Chowdhary and H. K. Lohia, Deputy Inspectors General of Police— Alok Puri, AQ. Manhas, T. Namgiyal, A. S. Bali, Garib Dass and ND Wani, AIG (Personnel), GH Bhat and other senior police officers.
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