Increase anti-terror ops to track down hiding terrorists: J&K DGP
Jammu/UNI: Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police, Dilbag Singh, on Friday batted for increasing anti-terror operations to track down hiding terrorists and their modules.
"Increase anti-terror operations to track down the hiding terrorists and their modules. Identifying hidden OGWs and accomplices providing any sort of support to terror activities and take stringent action against each and every individual involved in anti-national activities," the DGP said chairing a high-level meeting during his visit to the bordering Rajouri district.
He directed for strengthening the security grids by activating naka checking points on different routes to track the movements of terrorists and their supporters and also stressed devising and executing a proper area domination plan.
He was accompanied by the Special DG CID, J&K, R R Swain and ADGP Jammu Zone, Mukesh Singh.
The DGP congratulated Rajouri Police for busting a module of LeT by arresting three of its members.
He said that Pakistan through its sponsored elements is targeting innocent people to harm the brotherhood and communal harmony of the UT.
He directed alertness on borders as also in the hinterland to foil the evil intentions of Pak and its agencies and emphasized upon the officers to put in stern efforts for tracking down the elements involved in the Dhangri case ensuring justice for the victims.
He directed dealing with the case more seriously by taking into account every bit of evidence.
The DGP stressed utilizing the VDGs more efficiently adding that their training and weapon handling should be inspected by jurisdictional SHOs.
Directing stringent action against terrorists and the terror ecosystem, the DGP said that the safety of the public has been and will continue to be the top priority of J&K Police.
“We have to be more cautious, alert, and particular to avoid any harm to the public order, “he added.
Singh said that Pakistan after witnessing a massive dent in its sponsored terrorism in J&K is now supplying drugs to target the younger generation of Jammu and Kashmir.
He said that like terrorism there must be zero tolerance for narcotics and narco-terror trade adding that both are equally dangerous for the people.
DGP once again directed for taking serious note of any kind of misconduct with the general public brought to their notice by any means.
He has directed the officers to sensitize and advise their subordinate officers and officials to be fair in their conduct, adding that any act of misconduct must be taken with utmost seriousness.
The officers present in the meeting apprised the DGP regarding the progress of the investigation into the Dhangri terror incident.
He was also briefed regarding the measures being put in place to ensure peace in the area as well as vigilance.