Pakistan, Terrorists Trying Various Tactics To Disrupt Peace In Valley: Jammu And Kashmir DGP

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 18 November 2019, 04:44 PM
DGP Singh cautioned the police and asked officers to remain alert.
DGP Singh cautioned the police and asked officers to remain alert. (Photo Credit : Twitter/ANI )

Jammu and Kashmir DGP Dilbag Singh on Sunday claimed that Pakistan and terrorists supported by it have become desperate and tried various tactics to provoke the people of Jammu and Kashmir. DGP Singh cautioned the police about the evil designs of violence by Pakistan-supported terrorists and asked them to remain alert to thwart their attempts to disrupt peace in the Valley.

"Pakistan and terrorist handlers have become desperate and tried various tactics and violence to provoke and scare people. The police should remain alert to thwart their attempts," a police spokesperson quoted Singh as having said during a function in Srinagar on Sunday.

The spokesperson said that DGP Singh inaugurated the Zonal Cyber police station at the District Police Office in Srinagar and reviewed the security and law and order in the district. The police chief of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir directed officers to identify the saboteurs who may try and spoil the atmosphere of in the region.

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"The challenges of militancy have been faced effectively in the past and more needs to be done on this front to curb it completely. The cases of militancy and violence by terrorists and mischief mongers should be taken to a logical conclusion by carrying out appropriate investigations. Mischief mongers should be booked under stringent laws," Singh said.

During his interaction with senior officers, the DGP sought individual briefings on important subjects of law and order, security of vital installations, the preventive measures taken and surveillance through different methods, the spokesperson said.

(With agency inputs)

First Published: Monday, November 18, 2019 04:30 PM
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