DGP Rajendra reviews law & order, security situation

Director General of Police, (DGP) K.
DGP Rajendra reviews law & order, security situation

Director General of Police, (DGP) K. Rajendra Kumar has said that synergy among law enforcing agencies is must to ensure safety and security of the people. 

He said that maintenance of law and order is also imperative for congenial atmosphere in the State, an official handout said.

Rajendra was addressing a meeting of senior police, para-military and intelligence officers at Police Control Room (PCR) here today. 

The meeting was convened to take stock of security, law and order situation in the Valley. 

Stressing for greater coordination among different law enforcing agencies, the DGP said that rule of law is "our prime concern and JKP along with other security agencies have done a commendable job in maintaining law and order in the State during hostile situations. 

He said the success achieved on anti-militancy front and in maintaining law and order was due to the people's cooperation with the forces.

Calling the officers for strengthening intelligence grid, the DGP said that while dealing with the situations, the cops have to take special care of the human rights and every effort should be taken to avoid collateral damages. 

"Better policing and the people's cooperation are mandatory to achieve desired results and JKP should make all out efforts to get the wholehearted support of the people of the State," he said.

Emphasising upon the officers to adopt an effective strategy to mount pressure on the elements inimical to peace, Rajendra said that while conducting operations, it should be "our endeavour that common people are not put to inconvenience."

He said that input sharing between different agencies is necessary to foil sinister designs of bad elements.

Special DGP, Coordination/Law & Order, Dr S P Vaid also  addressed the meeting and said that a  comprehensive  security plan has been chalked out for deployment of manpower to ensure law and order in the Valley.

Earlier, IGP Kashmir Zone, SJM Gillani also briefed the meeting about security, law & order situation in the Valley.  

He informed about successful operations conducted by the forces in the recent days.

Among others, the meeting was attended by IsGP, AG Mir and Sunil Kumar, IG CRPF, Kashmir, JD IB Kashmir, Additional Commissioner, SB, DIG CRPF (Ops) Kashmir, representative of Army and  ITBS, SSP Srinagar, Amit Kumar, SSP PCR, Suhail Munwar Mir,  SO to IGP, Showkat Hussain Shah, SSP Security, Maqsood-ul-Zaman and other police officers.

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