Rajendra visits South Kashmir, reviews security
Srinagar, June 7: Director General of Police K Rajendra Kumar Thursday called for close coordination among all security agencies “for maintaining continuous vigil on the activities of anti-national elements to foil their nefarious designs.”
He said the “people’s cooperation and greater synergy among the agencies is a must for achieving the desired results in security sector.”
Rajendra was chairing a high-level security review meeting at District Police Lines Islamabad (Anantnag). The meeting was attended by senior police, para-military and army officers.
Rajendra said that safety and security of the people “is our prime concern and efforts of the elements to disrupt the peaceful atmosphere of state would be curbed firmly.”
“Jammu and Kashmir Police has faced various abnormal situations. Along with other security agencies, it has always ensured to avoid loss of lives and property of the common masses while dealing these situations,” he said.
Rajendera stressed upon the officers to maintain close coordination with their ranks and strengthen relations with the people to achieve better results.
The DGP said that “wholehearted cooperation of the people with the forces has helped in maintaining the sustained peace and these relations should be strengthened at all levels to foil the designs of law breakers.”
He said the community policing at grassroots level would enhance the police-public relations and a patient hearing to their grievances would pay dividends by result-oriented policing.
The meeting also discussed investigation of cases and security of panchs and sarpanchs in South Kashmir.
The DGP sought to make necessary arrangements to ensure sense of security among panchs and sarpanchs.
Referring to the criminal activities, the DGP asked the officers to go for “crime mapping with intent to establish pattern and factors of crime which could lead to identify the criminals.”
During the meeting arrangements for Amanath Yatra were also discussed.
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