JK police to be modernized as model force: Kichloo
Stresses for better police-public relations
Doda, Apr 13: Minister of State for Home Sajad Ahmad Kichloo on Saturday said Jammu and Kashmir will be modernized as a model force.
He also asked the police to be more pro-people and provide adequate safeguards to the life and property of the masses.
“Jammu and Kashmir police organization has an important role to contribute in reconstruction of our State which has passed through a long turbulent and traumatic period. I hope that the organization would rise to the occasion and come up to the expectations of the people, who have pinned high hopes with the present dispensation,” Kitchloo said while addressing a meeting of police officers here.
Kichloo said holding police-public interactions and organizing civic action programmes and people friendly CBMs will go a long to maintain better relations between them.
While lauding the role of J&K Police in anti-militancy operations, Kichloo said, “police personnel have offered supreme sacrifices of their lives and attained martyrdom to save and protect the life and property of the people.”
He said the belt force will be further modernized to make it one of the effective and model forces of the country.
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