DGP Examines South Kashmir's Security Situation Following Recent Attacks
DGP Examines South Kashmir's Security Situation Following Recent Attacks

Srinagar, July 20: Following recent militant strikes, Director General of Police Dilbag Singh examined the South Kashmir region’s security situation.

A police spokeswoman reported that the senior police official in J&K visited the Anantnag District in South Kashmir and presided over a high-level gathering of police, army, and CRPF officials.


He looked over the security situation in South Kashmir as well as the security measures in place for the ongoing Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra.

He addressed the group and gave the police instructions to review their approach to battling the “anti-peace elements to ensure the safety and security of the people.”

He emphasized the significance of expanding intelligence networks and exchanging insights in order to prevent any undesirable situation.

The DGP also emphasized combined foot patrolling and night dominance. “The DGP directed for launching planned manhunt in suspected places to track down the (militants),” a statement said.

In order to promote peace and stability, the DGP stressed the importance of intensified vigilance and proactive efforts, the speaker stated.

“The DGP emphasized regular status briefings and gave the police orders to take harsh action against anyone engaged in anti-peace activities. He gave the police instructions to tighten security measures and take all necessary precautions to prevent anti-peace individuals from disrupting the peace.

In order to guarantee Jammu and Kashmir is free of terror, the DGP emphasized the need to be extra watchful against support networks “who are aiding militants to carry out their nefarious designs.”

The DGP also emphasized the need of securing further public support and collaboration as a vital component of counter-militancy efforts, he added.

The DGP instructed the officials to make sure that all plans for the Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra are “carefully followed to ensure an incident-free Yatra.”

The spokesman stated, “He directed the officers to continue their hard work for the successful completion of the yatra,” adding that he “emphasized on best possible arrangements to ensure overall safety and smooth conduct of the yatra.”

The meeting also covered a lot of ground when it came to emerging issues and solutions, he claimed.

The officers present at the conference made proposals for anti-(militancy) operations and for further solidifying the peace in J&K. “Detailed discussion regarding the (militant) crimes in the valley was held.”

The officers informed the DGP of the area dominance in Anantnag as well as in other South Kashmir districts. “Security troops are stationed in key areas, the DGP has been told. He was also given information on South Kashmir’s anti-(militancy) security grid.

Spl. DG CID, J&K, accompanied the DGP. Swain, R.R. Nalin Prabhat, ADGP CRPF J&K, and ADGP Armed J&K S. J. M. Gillani, IG KOS CRPF G.K. Verma, and ADGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar.Brig. A.S. Pundir 2 Sector RR, DIG South Kashmir Rayees Mohammad Bhat, DIG CRPF OPS Anantnag K.S. Daswal, and DIG OPS (SKOR) CRPF also attended the meeting in addition to the officials who accompanied the DGP. Col. Ajeet Agarwal, 3rd RR, Col. Deven Sood, 55RR, Col. A.K. Sagotra, 53 RR, and CO. 90 Bn CRPF CRPF officers M.A.M. Rizwan, CO 18th Bn, and B.A.K. Chaurausia, CO 14th Bn Rajeev Yadav, CO IRP 10th BN, R.P. Meena, CO 116 BN CRPF, Narvir Singh, CO 130 Bn CRPF, Ajaz Ahmad, CO IRP 17th BN SSP Pulwama Mohd Yousif and SSP Awantipora Ms. Tanushre, SSP Anantnag Ashish Kumar Mishra, SSP Kulgam Sahil Sarangal, SSP Shopian, DyCO IR11th Sajjad Shah, 182 CRPF Nodal officer, Pulwama Jai Singh, 14



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