Alert SFs foiled all attempts to revive terrorism in ‘militancy free’ Reasi: J&K DGP

Alert SFs foiled all attempts to revive terrorism in ‘militancy free’ Reasi: J&K DGP

Jammu: Stating that the Reasi district though is militancy free for a long time now yet few cases came to fore where conspiracies were hatched to revive the militancy in some parts of the Jammu region, Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police, Dilbag Singh on Tuesday said that alert security forces successfully foiled all attempts to revive terrorism in the region.
“Jammu and Kashmir Police and other security forces are alert and we were successful in timely foiling all attempts of terrorist activities,” the J&K Police Chief told media at the sidelines of inaugurating Martyrs Memorial Wall in Reasi district.
He was accompanied by the ADGP Jammu Zone Mukesh Singh.
“A most wanted terrorist and his network, working on the directions of across the border was busted and those involved in different terror activities were not only arrested but strict action against them was taken under the law,” the DGP said.
He said that Jammu and Kashmir Police has contributed greatly in the fight against terrorism and in the process a number of officers, jawans including SPOs have sacrificed their lives for the nation and people of J&K.
The DGP said that Pakistan is continuously making conspiracies to create trouble however, “we are fully prepared and vigilant to thwart any attempt”.
He said that the peace and order which has been established in Jammu and Kashmir will be further strengthened and stabilized with the continuous support and cooperation of the people.
“Attempts were made to infiltrate terrorists and smuggle arms and ammunition from across the border, however, most of such attempts were foiled. Those who managed to sneak were tracked down,” he added.
With regard to the Police Martyr Memorial Wall constructed at DPO Reasi, the DGP said that it is J&K Police’s endeavour to remember JKP martyrs, adding that Police Martyr Memorials are being constructed at different places across UT.
A number of schools, roads and different places have been named after the martyrs by the UT Government recently, he added.
Referring to the bus incident (mysterious explosion) in Katra the DGP said, “investigation into the matter is in full swing and collected facts will be presented in the court.”
He also said that those involved in the narcotic trade will be booked under PSA, adding, “it is our collective responsibility to protect our young generation from the menace.”
Later chairing the meeting, the DGP reviewed the security and crime scenario of the district and sought the reports from concerned jurisdictional officers. The officers briefed the DGP about various measures taken with regard to the security as also for crime control.
The DGP said that Reasi district is a sensitive place and directed the officers to be prompt and alert on all fronts particularly with regard to Narco-terrorism and new trends of radicalization.
Stressing for more contributions on Nasha Mukht Abhiyan launched by the Central Government, the DGP directed for taking stringent action against the people found involved in narco-trade.
He emphasized on organizing awareness programmes as well.
He directed for taking necessary steps for disposal of crime cases on merit. The DGP stressed for community policing and added that the cooperation of people is must for maintaining peace in the area.
Later in afternoon the DGP along with ADGP Jammu, DIG UR range, DC Reasi and SSP Reasi visited Gulabgarh where besides addressing the Jurisdictional officers and Jawans, SPOs interacted with the local populace.
The DGP also appreciated the officers and Jawans including SPOs for maintaining an eye on the nefarious elements that are hell bent to foment trouble in the far flung areas on the directions signaled from across the border.
He also lauded the support and cooperation of people of the area.
Referring to the grievances and reports submitted on the occasion by the people the DGP assured that the grievances which pertain to the Police department will be taken care of on priority and rest of them will be taken with the concerned.
UNI

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