DGP visits Gool, Mahore, Reasi

The Director General Police Dilbag Singh visited Gool in Ramban, Mahore and Reasi on Sunday, accompanied by the IGP Vijay Kumar.  He was received by the concerned district SsP and other jurisdictional officers and presented guards of honour.

The DGP interacted with the officers and jawans of different Police Stations and Police Posts. During his address the DGP appreciated the achievements of the police personnel of these districts against the militancy and other crimes. He advised them to expose the elements “who will try to create any disturbance”.

Referring to the achievements of the J&K Police and Security Forces against the terrorism particularly in neutralizing the commanders like Zakir Musa,  the DGP said that work of the J&K Police has been appreciated at the highest levels of government including Prime Minister, Union Home Minister and Governor of the state. He said that the police being local has a greater responsibility in foiling any attempts  to revive  the militancy in these areas.

The DGP appreciated the efforts of the police in smooth and peaceful conduct of panchayati, local body elections and the recent parliamentary elections. The DGP also visited some Police Stations, SDPO offices, barracks and appreciated the upkeep and improvement of buildings. The DGP also noted during his visit the need for upgradation of some Police Posts at Police Stations and also establishing more police presence in these areas in the wake of establishment of Railway Stations, laying of railway tracks joining Jammu with Kashmir.

He advised the police personnel to take care of their family particularly the girl child. He also advised them to take good care of their health.

The DGP said that the necessary formalities for effecting the second phase of promotions have been started and added that pre-promotion courses have begun at various places. He said that Police Headquarter is well aware of some difficulties of the police personnel and measures being taken to redress these issues. He said that it was a nice experience to visit the areas which have been the jurisdiction of his earlier postings.

The DGP further stated that the police in different districts is successfully facing the different challenges and added that the officers and jawans of J&K Police are capable and competent of handling any kind of contingency.

During his visit at these places DGP also sanctioned bada-khana /Iftar for the police personnel posted in these far-off places. The DGP also visited 58 RR Hqrs. and 15 Sector and interacted with the Incharge officers including Brig. Navdeep Singh Dhayia of 15 Sector.