Possible upgrade plan for equipment along the Line of Control: A.S.P. Baramulla
Possible upgrade plan for equipment along the Line of Control: A.S.P. Baramulla

On Tuesday, Senior Superintendent of Police Amod Ashok Nagpure told reporters in Baramulla that a proposal to upgrade equipment along the Line of Control was being considered.

He told reporters in Baramulla, “The plan for upgrading the equipment along the LoC as far as body scanners and other things is under consideration.”


It’s not a new phenomenon, according to Nagpure, for terrorist groups to use underage and female members in their operations.

He said that the handlers were enlisting young people and women to do terror-related tasks or assist with logistics.

under contrast, “we have ample legal provisions in the Juvenile Justice Act that ensure that if juveniles are involved in a heinous crime, strict action can be taken,” Nagpure added.

He acknowledged that ladies and minors were a difficulty for the police and other security agencies due to their presence in the terror module, but he assured the public that the forces were prepared to meet any such obstacles and thwart the plots.

Two women and a child are among those the police in Baramulla have detained in connection with the terror group in the last two weeks.

According to Nagpure, smugglers headquartered in Pakistan are sending drugs and weapons into Kashmir over the International Border (IB) and the Line of Control (LoC).

“We are already in the process of identifying the routes, places, and locations that they are using for smuggling the ammunition from across, and very soon we will be able to unfold the truth behind these modules as well,” he stated.



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