IGP chairs police-public meet at Islamabad, Kulgam
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Feb 14: As a part of the series of his tour to review the working of Police in Kashmir zone and carrying on with his endeavor to reach out to the general Public, the Inspector General of Police-Kashmir Zone, S M Sahai on Tuesday visited south Kashmir’s Islamabad (Anantnag) and Kulgam districts in south Kashmir, a police spokesman said.
He said in the first leg of his tour, the IGP chaired a crime meeting at District Police Office- Islamabad (Anantnag) where all officers of the district were present.
“The IGP took special note of the burglary-cum-theft cases and other heinous crime and suggested measures for curbing them besides emphasized to maintain the pressure on militants. IGP laid special emphasis to make efforts to eliminate the menace of narcotics from the district,” he said.
Later, the IGP presided over a Police- Public Meeting at Dak Bungalow Islamabad (Anantnag) large number of people from all over the district attended the meeting.
“People raised various issues including day to day problems, especially huge traffic jams, scarcity of water supply, electricity, besides the issues involving rehabilitation of misguided youth. The representatives of civil society also appreciated the role of police, especially in terms of drive against drugs and in addressing the problems associated with utilities during winters,” the spokesman said.
He said on spot directions were issued by the IGP to meet these demands.
The IGP directed that those demands which could be addressed by the Police, be addressed immediately while the rest be brought into the notice of civil administration for immediate redressal.
“In a similar meet at Kulgam, general public hailed and appreciated the assistance rendered by the J&K- Police in the wake of recent snowfall,” the spokesman said.
Deputy Inspector General of Police South Kashmir Range- Shafkat Ali Watali, Deputy Commissioner Islamabad (Anantnag) Kifayat Hussain Rizvi and SSP Islamabad (Anantnag) Ramesh Jalla, SP-Kulgam- Maqsood-u-Zaman, were present on the occasion, he added.
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