Srinagar, November 13: The Director General of Police (DGP) for Jammu and Kashmir, R. R. Swain, convened a vital joint security review meeting in District Kulgam, highlighting the need for an efficient framework to maintain public safety in the face of groups working against peace. The meeting took place in District Kulgam.
The DGP conducted conversations with high-ranking officials from the police, army, and CRPF. He was accompanied by the ADGP Law & Order J&K Vijay Kumar and the IGP Kashmir Zone V K Birdi. Shri Nalin Prabhat, the Additional Director General of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), as well as Major General Balbir Singh, the General Officer Commanding Victor Force, were among the notable guests.
During the discussion, Deputy Governor General Swain emphasized the significance of people-friendly policing and the need for a combined effort from the police, security forces, sister agencies, and the general public in order to preserve an atmosphere that is both peaceful and secure.
He asked the police to increase the procedures for exchanging information and to remain alert against groups that were aiming to disturb the peace.
In his response to the persistent danger that comes from over the border, the Director General of Police in Jammu and Kashmir, Swain, underscored the determination of those who manage terrorists to disrupt the calm that has been reigning in the region.
He gave orders to the police to continue taking action against terrorists and others who sympathize with them, and he emphasized the need to maintain monitoring in order to foil any efforts at upsetting the existing balance of power.
The Director General of Police has issued a plea for more security grids to be installed in a variety of locations in order to protect both the general population and those who are particularly susceptible.
In spite of the fact that he acknowledged the great role played by the people and their willingness to work together, he emphasized the fact that there has to be tight coordination between the police and other forces in order to maintain a calm atmosphere.