Director General of Police Dilbag Singh paid a week-long visit to Kashmir. The police chief chaired a high level security review meetings to take stock of the security measures and preparation to contain spread of COVID19.
The DGP also heldinteraction with GOC 15 Corps Gen BS Raju during this visit.
Inorder to take stock of security scenario, the DGP chaired review meetings whichwere attended by senior CAPF and police officers at PCR Kashmir and at policegolf course, Srinagar. He also visited Srinagar cargo, DPL Budgam to reviewworking of police personnel on multiple fronts.
Earlier, the DGP visited 15Corps where he held interaction with GOC 15 Corps Gen BS Raju. During theinteraction various aspects of security and anti-militancy operations werediscussed.
The DGP inspected officesat PHQ and armed police headquarters on the opening day of annual darbar moveand took stock of the opening of the offices and chaired officers meeting.
At PHQ and APHQ, the DGPsaid that over 15,000 police personnel working as frontline corona warriorswere fighting with determination at various care centres.
Continuing with hisoutreach programmes to review the arrangements to contain spread of COVID19pandemic and security situation, the DGP visited Srinagar cargo and central Kashmir'sBudgam district.
Singh also chaired a jointofficers' meeting at Srinagar to review security measures. The meeting wasattended by ADGP, CRPF Zulfikar Hassan and other senior officers of police andCAPF.
The DGP stressed upon theofficers not to let the peaceful atmosphere be disturbed by the elementsinimical to peace.
The DGP also visited Delhifor a day to brief higher authorities on the law and order and securitysituation in J&K.
He also visited NorthernCommand headquarters on May 11 and had detailed discussions with the GOC-in-CGen Y K Joshi, regarding security situation along the borders/LOC withPakistan, ceasefire violations and increasing infiltration bids.