Security arrangements reviewed at Jammu Airport
Jammu, July 4: In order to ensure adequate security arrangements at Jammu airport and to know about grievances of the staff deployed there, the Additional Director General of Police Security (ADGP), V. K. Singh held a durbar at the airport.
The durbar was attended by the jawans and officers deployed at the airport. Addressing the durbar, Singh stressed on the jawans and officers to work professionally and ‘without compromising the norms laid down by Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS).’
He further directed all the staff on frisking duty to remain vigilant while performing their duties and not to compromise in any situation with security related issues keeping in view the present security scenario.
Singh also heard grievances of the officers and officials and issued instructions for redressal on spot. Earlier, Ashok Kumar Sharma briefed the ADGP about the security arrangements and deployment of personnel at the airport.
The ADGP also reviewed the security arrangements for the Shri Amarnathji Yatra and visited the Yatra Base Camp at Bhagwati Nagar and took stock of the security arrangements. Singh also interacted with the pilgrims and advised them to go for proper registration before they will be allowed to proceed further.
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