Maintain close vigil on ‘suspicious elements”: DGP JK

Director General of Jammu and Kashmir Police S K Mishra has called for maintaining close vigil on the "suspicious elements", who are fuelling the situation for their "personal gains" and "endangering" the lives of innocent people.
Maintain close vigil on ‘suspicious elements”: DGP JK
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Director General of Jammu and Kashmir Police S K Mishra has called for maintaining close vigil on the "suspicious elements", who are fuelling the situation for their "personal gains" and "endangering" the lives of innocent people.

"There is a need for maintaining close vigil on the suspicious elements, fueling the situation for their personal gains and endangering the lives of innocent people, besides public properties," Mishra said while chairing a high-level meeting of officers at Police Control Room here yesterday.

The meeting, which was convened to discuss arrangements for I-day celebrations across the state, was attended by senior officers of police, paramilitary forces and civil administration, who held a threadbare discussion with regard to deployment of police personnel and maintenance of law and order, an official spokesman said.Meanwhile, Kashmir continues to remain on the edge since July 9, a day after Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani was killed in an encounter with security forces.

As many as 57 persons, including two cops, were killed and several thousand others injured in the widespread clashes between protesters and forces, paralysing life in the valley.

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